Resources For Eductators
Educators play a key role in empowering undocumented students to achieve their educational and career goals. The following resources can help you get started, improve institutional practices at your school and understand this work from a statewide perspective.
Reach out to other educators, administrators, staff and student leaders to build the change you want to see on your campus!
- Top 10 Ways to Support Undocumented Students This one flyer provides concrete suggestions and specific resources educators can use to strengthen support they provide for undocumented students. A great place to get started.
- Supporting Students in California & Educator Video Be the educator who transforms roadblocks into opportunities for undocumented students! Use our cutting edge resources and tools to provide critical support for your students, implement promising practices, and build undocu-friendly institutions.
- Increasing Inclusivity for Undocumented Asian Pacific Islander (API) Students on Your Campus Use these tangible and effective practices to uplift and connect with undocumented Asian Pacific Islander students on your college or university. Webinar is also included.
- Educational Resource Binder: College Access for Undocumented Students in California Order your own complete set of resources that educators, students, and allies can use to increase college access for undocumented students in California.
- Five Tips for Educators to Help Students Get Started As Independent Contractors Use this guide to support your students as they get established as contractors and freelancers. Learn how to provide resources, answer questions, and make referrals.
Building Institutional Practices
- Developing a Strong Undocumented Student Task Force on Your Campus Use this resource and webinar to identify tangible steps in developing an effective undocumented student task force, or strengthening existing one. A strong task force will help you create meaningful institutional changes on your campus
- A Guide to Building On-Campus Undocumented Student Programs having an undocumented student program on campus is vital to the retention and success of undocumented students. It also comes with a checklist to help you figure out what you’ve already accomplished and how to move forward in strengthening your program.
- Protecting Student Data in California Federal and California state laws require that educational personnel only provide student records in response to a lawful request. Use this guide to be sure you understand the laws and responsibilities you are required to follow in your campus.
Getting a Statewide Perspective
- CCC Dreamer’s Project Full Report & Executive Summary. This report identifies challenges, Recommendations for how to better serve undocumented students and current promising practices in serving undocumented students in the CCCs.
- UndocuCollege Guide & Equity Tool Executive Summary & Full Report This guide builds on the knowledge from an educational summit that had representation from the University of California, California State University, California Community Colleges, and private four-year colleges in California. It highlights Institutional challenges and promising practices in educational access for undocumented young people.
- Persisting Inequalities and Paths Forward: a Report on the State of Undocumented Students in California’s Public Universities This report takes stock of the experiences of undocumented college students attending California’s to public university systems: CSU & UC. It powerfully illustrates how undocumented immigration status disrupts college students educational experiences and will being.