U.S. Immigration Policy: What should we do?

Susan Graseck
December 16, 2008

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Immigration policy is an issue that continues to challenge us. This resource offers a way to think about possible policy directions and the ramifications of each. Participants explore the four options presented, deliberate on the strengths and challenges of each, and then frame an “Option 5 “ that reflects their views. This material was developed for use in high school classes. Additional lesson plans and links to resources are available from the Choices Program at Brown University. (Abridged version)





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