“43% and Growing” Report

This report identifies the pressing need to invest in educational resources for emergent multilingual learners (EMLLs) and their families in New York. Drawing on interviews conducted across the state, the report reveals the unique challenges these families face when trying to access quality early childhood programs for their young children (0-8). It provides specific and comprehensive recommendations to increase access to quality early childhood education for the growing population throughout the state.

LIFE Project Report

April 22nd, 2019

Since 2018, Fifth Avenue Committee, LSA Family Health Service and Masa have, through the NYIC's LIFE Project, empowered immigrant families to enroll in NYC's Pre-K and 3K programs. Along the way they have identified effective strategies and common barriers.

Safe Havens: Protecting and Supporting New York State’s Immigrant Students

May 17th, 2017

As the families of more than 190,000 immigrant students across New York State wrestle with the current climate of fear and uncertainty, a new report finds major inconsistencies in how New York’s school districts are responding and the extent to which they are rising to the challenge of protecting and supporting the immigrant students and families they are charged to serve.

For Educators

February 17th, 2017

Below is a collection of information and resources for parents, educators, and students following the recent presidential election.

Education Collaborative Releases 10 Actions for ELLs

March 25th, 2014

At least one in four students in our schools was not proficient in English upon entering the New York City school system, and currently there are nearly 160,000 ELLs in the City’s public school system overall, or more than 14% of the total school population.

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