Many teachers, students and families are understandably concerned about the impact of the Trump Administration’s changes on immigration will affect them: What can teachers do if ICE raids the schools? What are the rights of immigrant families if ICE agents knock on their door?
This “Best” list attempts to list useful resources, including multilingual ones, that can provide good advice.
For materials on the “bigger” issue of policy changes, please refer to:
Here, now, are practical suggestions – please suggest more in the comments section:
Know your rights. Remain calm. is from the ACLU.
— Mica Pollock (@micapollock) February 11, 2017
Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff is from Teaching Tolerance.
The Boston Public Schools have put together a great BPS: We Dream Together site that offers excellent multilingual resources. You can read more about it in the Boston Globe, BPS launches website to provide aid to immigrants.
— Michael Huckaby (@SpeakAgentMike) March 4, 2017
How Much Can Schools Protect Undocumented Students? is from Ed Week.
If Immigration Agents Come Knocking, Schools Must Follow These Steps is also from Ed Week.
Bracing for a Showdown Over Immigration Rights, DACA is from Ed Week.
What do you do if ICE is outside your door? Remember: #WeHaveRights.
This video series from @BklynDefender & @ACLU prepares you for encounters with #ICE. Watch the series (available in 7 languages), and make an emergency plan: https://t.co/ZH78VfhW4c (H/t @iJesseWilliams) pic.twitter.com/wOHL8QcfnG
— National Immigration Law Center (@NILC_org) May 5, 2018
Supporting Undocumented Students and Mixed-Status Families is from Usable Knowledge at Harvard.
The School-to-Deportation Pipeline is from Teaching Tolerance.
This Is Not a Drill is from Teaching Tolerance.
How Educators Can Counter Anti-Immigrant and Anti-Refugee Rhetoric is from Ed Week.
How to Support Immigrant Students and Families: Strategies for Schools and Early Childhood Program is from Colorin Colorado.