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E.g., 08/24/2016
C. Karsten / International Rescue Committee
Upcoming Event
August 25, 2016

Marking the release of a new report, this webinar will explore the key education funding mechanisms in place to support English Learners, public conversations about funding, and efforts to improve the equitable distribution of educational resources.

President Obama and Vice President Biden meet with DACA recipients in the Oval Office
Korean Resource Center
Policy Briefs
August 2016

At the fourth anniversary of the Obama administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, this issue brief describes the populations eligible for DACA as of 2016; discusses recent policy developments; presents trends in DACA requests and application rates nationwide, by state, and for top countries of origin; and examines the impacts that DACA has had on qualifying young unauthorized immigrants.

Metropolico.org
Reports
July 2016

What factors are fueling rising public anxiety over immigration seen in Europe and North America? This Transatlantic Council report outlines and analyzes the factors that can set the stage for such public unease—some of which have their roots outside of immigration policy per se, and are instead deeply embedded in the global, national, and local contexts within which migration occurs—and offers policymakers strategies to respond.

White House Photo Office
Policy Briefs
July 2016

Twenty-five years after enactment of the Immigration Act of 1990, the law remains the framework for the current U.S. legal immigration system. This issue brief examines the legislation, which sought to admit more immigrants based on their skills and education, finding it has only modestly increased the employment-based immigration share. The law also created the diversity visa program and Temporary Protected Status.

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Commentary
June 2016

While the political and economic ramifications of the UK vote to quit the European Union hit with full force within hours, it will take far more time to sort out what Brexit means for migration policy. In the short term, the rights of EU nationals living in Britain are the most pressing, with border-control negotiations and future immigration levels also high on the agenda. Against a backdrop of deep public skepticism, this commentary suggests the next government should underpromise and overdeliver.

K.W. Barrett
Reports
June 2016

This report shed light on supplementary funding mechanisms targeted to migrant-background students in four countries—Canada, France, Germany, and the United States—and some of the key challenges and strategies decisionmakers face as they attempt to ensure that additional resources are used effectively to remedy the achievement gaps that immigrant and refugee students often confront.

Migration Policy Institute

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Policy Briefs
August 2016
By Faye Hipsman, Bárbara Gómez-Aguiñaga, and Randy Capps
Reports
July 2016
By Demetrios G. Papademetriou and Natalia Banulescu-Bogdan
Policy Briefs
July 2016
By Muzaffar Chishti and Stephen Yale-Loehr
Reports
June 2016
By Julie Sugarman, Simon Morris-Lange, and Margie McHugh
Policy Briefs
August 2016
By Faye Hipsman, Bárbara Gómez-Aguiñaga, and Randy Capps
Reports
July 2016
By Demetrios G. Papademetriou and Natalia Banulescu-Bogdan
Policy Briefs
July 2016
By Muzaffar Chishti and Stephen Yale-Loehr
Reports
June 2016
By Julie Sugarman, Simon Morris-Lange, and Margie McHugh