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  1. NYCLU Analysis: 1 in 5 New York State School Districts Puts Up Illegal Barriers for Immigrant Children

    July 23, 2010Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, The Education Policy Center
  2. In Response to NYCLU Analysis, NYS Education Department Tells School Districts to Drop Illegal Barriers for Immigrant Children

    August 31, 2010Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, The Education Policy Center
  3. Following NYCLU Advocacy, DOJ/DOE Affirm Immigrant Children’s Right to Attend U.S. Public Schools

    May 7, 2011Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, The Education Policy Center
  4. Board of Regents, AG Take Important Step to Help Ensure Immigrant Kids Can Go to School

    December 17, 2014Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, The Education Policy Center
  5. State Education Department Must Take Steps to Ensure Immigrant Children Can Attend School

    February 17, 2015Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, The Education Policy Center
  6. NYCLU Survey: NY School Districts Illegally Denying Education to Immigrant Children

    October 30, 2014Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, The Education Policy Center
  7. NYCLU Takes Action on Behalf of Immigrant Student Illegally Barred from School

    May 4, 2016Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, The Education Policy Center, Minors' Rights
  8. Immigrant Student Enrolling Today in Mamaroneck High School following Commissioner’s Order

    May 17, 2016Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, The Education Policy Center, Minors' Rights
  9. Settlement Ensures Refugee Children Can Go to High School in Utica

    May 19, 2016Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, The Education Policy Center, Minors' Rights
  10. Governor Proposes Important Protections for New Yorkers Targeted by Hate Crimes

    November 20, 2016Press releaseDue Process and Justice, Immigrants' Rights, LGBTQ Rights, Racial Justice, Rights of People with Disabilities, The Education Policy Center, Minors' Rights, Bullying and Harassment in School, NYC Anti-Bullying Campaign

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