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Roberto Gonzales

Harvard EdCast: Immigration Policy’s Impact on Education

By Matt Weber 09/11/2013 02:30 pm | Add a Comment

Assistant Professor Roberto Gonzales discusses the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and the impact of immigration policy as it relates to educational success in our country. Read More…

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Roberto Gonzales

Lecture Hall: Assistant Professor Roberto Gonzales

By Lory Hough 09/05/2013 10:12 am | Add a Comment

Assistant Professor Roberto Gonzales spoke with “Ed.” about his research on immigrant young people, DACA, and why he may not root for the Patriots. Read More…

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Harvard EdCast: Schools and Immigrant Students

By Matt Weber 05/08/2013 04:34 pm | Add a Comment

Michael Sadowski, Ed.M.’95, Ed.D.’05 — author of “Portraits of Promise” — discusses the book and shares insight into the perspective and voices of successful immigrant students from across the country. Read More…

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Natasha Warikoo

Immigration and the Education Landscape

By Iman Rastegari 05/07/2013 11:05 am | 1 Comment

The Immigration and the Education Landscape conference was held at HGSE last month. Assistant Professor Natasha Warikoo, and conference attendees Mary Waters, Robert Smith, and Richard Alba talk about their experiences at the event. Read More…


Askwith Panel: Education Should Be Civil Right

By Jill Anderson 04/30/2013 02:19 pm | Add a Comment

At “Educational Opportunity and Changing Demographics,” offered in conjunction with the Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative Think Tank, the panelists agreed that it’s time to make education a civil right or else the future of the nation is threatened. Read More…

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Hiro Yoshikawa

Yoshikawa’s Research Makes Real-Life Impact

By Jill Anderson 03/19/2013 01:23 pm | Add a Comment

Professor Hiro Yoshikawa’s research on undocumented immigrant parents and the importance of education played an important role in the recent New York City Council decision to allocate $13 million for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals applicants who dropped out or never enrolled in school. Read More…

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Yoshikawa Op-Ed Makes Real-Life Impact

By 05/22/2012 04:42 pm | 2 Comments

Less than a month after Professor Hiro Yoshikawa and New York University Professor Carola Suarez-Orozco penned the New York Times op-ed “Deporting Parents Hurts Kids,” Brooklyn mother Sara Martinez was saved from deportation. Read More…

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Deporting Parents Hurts Kids

By Hiro Yoshikawa and Carola Suarez-Orozco 04/23/2012 09:39 am | Add a Comment

Professor Hiro Yoshikawa writes with New York University’s Carola Suarez-Orozco about the deportation of immigrant parents in “The New York Times.” Read More…

Hiro Yoshikawa

Risks Seen for Children of Illegal Immigrants

By newseditor 09/21/2011 10:42 am | 1 Comment

On September 21, the New York Times covered a paper co-authored by Academic Dean Hiro Yoshikawa. The paper, entitled “Growing Up in the Shadows: The Developmental Implications of Unauthorized Status,” appears in the Fall 2011 issue of the Harvard Education Review. Read More…

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Books: Immigrants Raising Citizens: Undocumented Parents and Their Young Children

By Mateo Corby 05/13/2011 03:49 pm | 1 Comment

In Immigrants Raising Citizens, Ed School Professor Hirokazu Yoshikawa offers a compelling argument that the harsh experiences of immigrant parents may have lifelong consequences for their children. Read More…

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