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U.S. Immigration Policy in Current Context

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U.S. Immigration Policy in Historical Context

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Deliberating Priorities in U.S. Immigration Policy

How should the government reform its immigration system?

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Current Issue Debates

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Birthright Citizenship

Should U.S.-born children of undocumented immigrants receive birthright citizenship?

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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

Should Congress pass a law to protect Dreamers from deportation?

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Sanctuary Cities

Should governments penalize sanctuary cities?

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Syrian Refugees

Should the government halt its acceptance of Syrian refugees until the screening process is strengthened?

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Immigration

Should states offer in-state college tuition to Dreamers?

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Lesson Plans

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Face Off Debate

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Structured Academic Controversy

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Prison and Corona Virus

Coronavirus, Prisons, and Detention Centers

Post | March 24, 2020

In the face of the spreading COVID-19 pandemic, government officials and medical experts are calling on people all over the world to practice social distancing.1 In general, this means canceling events and gatherings, avoiding large groups and crowds, and, when possible, staying home. Many people are working from home,2 schools have closed or moved online,3 and […]


Protestors in front of Supreme Court in Washington, DC

The Supreme Court Will Address DACA. What Will Follow?

Post | October 30, 2019

On November 12, 2019, the Supreme Court will hear arguments about the Trump administration’s efforts to end the immigration policy known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The status of DACA recipients has been in limbo for over two years amidst administration actions and court injunctions. What Is DACA? After Congress failed in its […]


President Donald J. Trump

Eliminate Illegal Immigration; Make Immigration Work for the Economy

Post | October 9, 2019

Immigration policy and enforcement continues to be a major area of conflict between Democrats and Republicans. Currently, Congress is considering many bills related to immigration, asylum, migrant detention, and family separation. This week, we will look at two proposals that Republicans are advancing; two weeks ago, we examined two bills that Democrats are advancing. Republicans […]


Migrant Detention and Congressional Oversight

Post | September 16, 2019

Immigration policy and enforcement continues to be a major area of conflict between congressional Democrats and the executive branch. Currently, Congress is considering many bills related to immigration, asylum, migrant detention, and family separation. This week, we will look at two bills that Democrats are advancing; next week, we will look at two bills that […]


Immigration

Issue Discussion | September 6, 2019

Consider six proposals for reforming the immigration system, identifying the advantages and drawbacks of each. Discuss which proposals you would support or oppose, and suggest other ideas for addressing the issue.


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