Public Education for All? Lessons From Plyer v Doe
Today’s debate about immigration’s effects in public schools raises important questions of access, citizenship, legality, and fairness.In this lesson, students will first explore personal beliefs about immigration and education, and then do a close reading of an article about the Plyler v. Doe decision, while taking notes in order to respond in writing to an essential question.


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