On a dual-generation program in Washington, DC serving immigrant families during the pandemic.
On how a summer of attacks rhetorical, substantive, and/or violent are impacting immigrant families and their children in U.S. schools.
On the importance of supporting English learners in the Trump era.
On how the administration’s immigration policies are harming US-born children of immigrants.
On how to ensure that English learners have equitable access to Washington, DC’s bilingual charter schools.
On ways that Washington, DC can promote equitable access to multilingual schools for English learning students.
On the ugly consequences of framing immigration (and citizenship) in terms of merit.
On how Gwinnett County is supporting educational equity and excellence in multiple languages.
On how Florida’s education plans could undermine the state’s good fortune as a destination for new immigrants.
On US immigration politics and political polarization.