Supporting Immigrants in Schools
Online Workshop Series by Mid-West RBERN & WFL BOCES
Register for individual sessions below! Zoom links will be emailed just prior to the session.
Session 1: Key Immigration Issues
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Session 2: Approaches to Educating Refugees and Immigrants
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Session 3: Immigration in Elementary Schools
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Session 4: Immigration in Secondary Schools
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Communities and schools are shaped and strengthened by the migration of people and ideas across the globe.
The City University of New York - Initiative on Immigration and Education (CUNY-IIE) creates opportunities for educational stakeholders to learn from immigrant students, families, and educators directly impacted by restrictive immigration policies and educational inequality. We aim to develop multimodal and multilingual resources that center the strengths of mixed status immigrant communities that include undocumented, refugee, and asylum-seeking members. At CUNY-IIE, educators, researchers, families and local leaders work together to learn about, from, and with immigrant communities, act in ways that center our shared humanity regardless of legal status, and advocate for equitable policies and opportunities.
About Mid-West RBERN:
The purpose of Mid-West RBERN is to build capacity within school communities to cultivate strong leaders, high quality, meaningful instruction, and welcoming, inclusive environments for Multilingual Learners (MLLs). We are committed to developing partnerships that result in equitable educational outcomes for MLLs by capitalizing on the backgrounds, cultures, and strengths of diverse students and educators.