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December 09, 2009

In-State Tuition Rate Still Applies to the Undocumented in California

Some school districts are working hard to get the word out that undocumented students can pay in-state tuition rates in California, even though a case that challenged the provision is under review by the California Supreme Court.

December 07, 2009

How Undocumented Parents and Their Kids Can Get Separated

Undocumented immigrants who are detained are often transferred to remote immigration jails in Texas or Louisiana, far from lawyers or evidence that might help them to be freed.

December 04, 2009

Book Topic: How to Apply RTI to English-Learners

A new book published by Jossey-Bass includes information about how to implement Response to Intervention with English-language learners,

December 03, 2009

Children of Undocumented Immigrants in France Are Vulnerable

Children born to undocumented immigrants in the United States are given citizen status in the United States, but that's not the case in France, I'm reminded by an article on deportations of children in France published this week in New Media.

December 02, 2009

Forum Today: Immigration Reform Could Address Adult ELLs

The National Coalition for Literacy is hosting a forum today to explore how immigration reform by the U.S. Congress could address the needs of adult immigrants to receive training and English lessons.

November 16, 2009

Mass. May Revisit In-State Tuition Rate for Undocumented Students

Some Massachusetts lawmakers are pushing for the state to permit undocumented students to pay in-state tuition rates at public universities.

November 03, 2009

Quick Facts on U.S. Immigration

Of immigrants living in the United States who are age 25 and older, only 27.1 percent had a bachelor's degree or higher in 2008, according to facts put together by the Migration Policy Institute.

October 26, 2009

AFT Charges That Recruiting Firm Swindled Filipino Teachers

The American Federation of Teachers has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor that a teacher-recruiting company cheated more than 200 teachers from the Philippines out of thousands of dollars.

October 19, 2009

Guatemalans, Hondurans More Likely to Have Limited-English Proficiency

Guatemalans and Hondurans are more likely to have limited skills in English than eight other groups of Hispanics living in the United States.

October 12, 2009

A World Tour of After-School Activities for Immigrant Youths

A report by two researchers from New York University features efforts to integrate immigrants in to their homelands, including a number of after-school projects from around the world.

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