About the Virtual Roundtable
The virtual roundtable examines the laws and policies concerning undocumented students and provides a discussion of how best stakeholders can support their undocumented students.
The roundtable discussion is intended to provide participants with the opportunity to talk with and ask questions to a subject matter expert related to the various laws and policies concerning undocumented students. The presenter will provide an update of the law concerning DACA and undocumented students and discuss how to best navigate students through the P-20 pipeline.
This roundtable will give you an update on the law concerning undocumented students and DACA, create a discussion on navigating policies for academic success for undocumented students, and provide support to school leaders and teachers working with undocumented students.
By the end of the roundtable, you will be able to better understand the laws and policies concerning undocumented students, know the rights of your undocumented students, and be able to advise and advocate for undocumented students. Download Flyer >>
About the Facilitator
Dr. David Nguyen is an assistant professor of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies at The University of Texas at San Antonio and a faculty affiliate at the University of North Dakota. Dr. Nguyen's research focuses on the intersection of law and policy with education to examine the policies and practices that address inequities of access of education for underrepresented students. Dr. Nguyen is admitted to the bars of the states of Indiana and North Dakota.
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- Better understand the laws and policies concerning undocumented students
- Know the rights of their undocumented students
- Advise and advocate for their undocumented students
There is no fee to join this virtual rountable,
but spots are limited.
Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center
Organizer of e-Roundtable: Knowing Your Rights--How to Support Undocumented Students
The Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP EAC) is a project of the Great Lakes Equity Center, an educational research and service center located in Indiana University’s School of Education at IUPUI. The MAP EAC is funded by the U.S. Department of Education (Grant S004D11002) under Title IV of the Civil Rights Act to provide technical assistance in educational equity related to student race, national origin, sex, and/or religion at no cost to public educational agencies throughout the center's 13 state region.