For DREAMers and Educators

Post DACA Decision PreK-12 Educator Toolkit

Please click here to learn about what PreK-12 educators, leaders and policymakers can do in light of the DACA decision on the #HomeIsHere PreK-12 Educator Toolkit!

ILRC put together a list of useful DACA resources including information about DACA renewal and how the ending of DACA program would affect work permits, social security numbers (SSNs), and etc.

Updated FAQs regarding the announcement that USCIS is accepting DACA Renewal Applications (January 14, 2018)

Partnered with MIRA Coalition, BTU Unafraid Educator groups created the Unafraid Scholarship for Boston’s High School Students. BTU also has useful Resources for Undocumented Students Applying to College.

Please also visit the BTU Unafraid Educators website to learn more.

The National Education Association compiled a list of resources and information that is important for educators and students to know. Please click the following link to view the file: The End of DACA—What This Means for Educators and Students

Rethinking Schools put together resources for explaining the DACA Program to Elementary School Students. 800,000 REASONS TO TEACH ABOUT DACA: Resources for Explaining the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program to Elementary School Students

NILC provides important, up-to-date notice about DACA as well as questions and answers about DACA under Trump administration. In partnership with the Undocumented Student Center at UC Davis, NILC just launched The Butterfly Story Collective podcast series.

In light of the recent political climate, Re-imaging Migration put together suggestions for educators to support DACA students in the classroom.

DHS created a list of FAQs about the Rescission of DACA. Questions include, 'what is going to happen to current DACA holders?'

Also available in Spanish (Español).

Immigrants Rising Scholarship List

Immigrants Rising put together a list of undergraduate and graduate scholarships that do not require proof of citizenship or legal permanent residency. Please click here to check it out!

Anxiety and Trauma Guides for Educators Toolkit

Learn how to support undocumented students experiencing anxiety and trauma by checking out the new guides by Informed Immigrant, Latinx Therapy and!

Resources for Undocumented Students Applying for College

The Boston Teachers Union (BTU) and the Student Immigration Movement (SIM) created a document to share resources with immigrant students as they apply for college. The document includes useful information such as Frequently Asked Questions regarding Financial Aids, Scholarship Opportunities, a List of "undocu-friendly" higher education institutions and etc. Make sure to check it out the Resources for Undocumented Students Applying to College. BTU Unafraid Educators also created the one-pager FAQs on college access. Please see below.

One Pager on College Access