Understanding immigration reform - Lesson plan: PBS offers a lesson plan for Secondary current events, political science, social studies, U.S. history, civics, debate, and communication arts classes, to understand immigration reform.

Immigration Myths - Lesson plan: Through the “ teaching tolerance” project, the Southern Poverty Law Center outlines  a lesson plan for middle and high school, to help students understand some of the myths surrounding immigration, in order to dismantle stereotypes surrounding this topic for our young people.

Living Undocumented: This website includes a lesson and resource guide, including a 1-period lesson plan for secondary classes and a range of information about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), scholarships and organizations that support undocumented youth.

Pathways to America: Teaching About Immigration Changes: In this lesson, students examine the myriad issues surrounding an immigration overhaul, including border security, the economic impact of foreign-born workers, and paths to citizenship for those who have entered illegally. In extension activities, they can explore the history of immigration, consider the personal stories of immigrants and try their hand at crafting a compromise or competing bill that emphasizes their own priorities.