The Advocates compiles and generates a great deal of information about immigration and immigrant rights that is specifically tailored for educators. To learn more, please browse the list below.
Energy of a Nation Curriculum
The Energy of a Nation curriculum is a comprehensive teaching guide about immigration. It is suitable for learners from 8th Grade - Adult.
Fact Sheets on Immigration
A list of fact sheets about immigration, including immigration categories, integration, the impact of immigrants on the U.S., and undocumented immigrants.
Immigrant Quotient (I.Q.) Test
Test your students' knowledge about immigration in the nation and in Minnesota.
Reports on Immigration
A list of national and Minnesota reports on immigration.
Tools and Resources for Working with ELL Students
A list of teaching tools, organizations which present in Minnesota schools about immigration and immigrant rights, and resources to provide ELL students.
A Guide for Immigrant Youth (PDF)
The Immigrant Legal Resource Center has prepared a guide for immigrant youth which reviews a variety of important topics, including information about citizenship, how to get a green card, getting a drivers license, and going to college.
Legal Issues for School Districts Related to the Education of Undocumented Children
The National Education Association and National School Boards Association have written a guide on the legal issues facing school boards related to the education of undocumented students, answering 13 common questions asked about the issue.
Learn more about teaching a lesson which raises awareness about immigration to Minnesota and recognizes the positive contributions made by immigrants to our community.
Sources for Multicultural Research
Bethel University has created the following website to assist students, faculty, and otherresearchers with their studies and to encourage cross-cultural engagement. You'll find links to ethniccommunities in Minnesota and beyond. Global issues and news provide the wider context.
New To English
An interactive graphic that allows users to look at the growth of English Language Learners over the past decade. (NY Times)
An interactive graphic that allows users to select a foreign-born group to see how they settled across the United States over time. (NY Times)
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