With conditions at detention centers and plans for more ICE raids in the news, it’s easy to feel hopeless. But, as educators, you have more power than you may realize. These resources outline practical steps you can take today to interrupt the school-to-deportation pipeline and support undocumented students and their families.
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Educators can take steps to stop the school-to-deportation pipeline. Use this toolkit to learn more about how you can reduce the risks undocumented students face.
Use the resources and suggestions in this toolkit to assist students and family members who may be at risk of ICE detainment or already in an immigrant detention center.
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