Video: Mapping the Impact of Immigration on Public Schools

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Report: Mapping the Impact of Immigration on Public Schools
Transcript: Mapping the Impact of Immigration on Public Schools
Press Release: Mapping the Impact of Immigration on Public Schools

Date: March 28, 2017, at 9:30am

Location: National Press Club, 529 14th St, NW, 13th Floor, Washington, D.C.


The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a panel discussion on Tuesday, March 28, focusing on the impact of immigration on schools and the broader implications on American society. The starting point for conversation was the Center’s report that merges Census Bureau data with Google maps to provide a visual representation of the impact of immigration on public schools at the local level in every state and metropolitan area.


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Introduction by Mark Krikorian 


 
Executive Director, Center for Immigration Studies

 

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Statement by Steven Camarota 


 
Dr. Camarota, director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies, presented his recent publication, Mapping the Impact of Immigration on Public Schools.

 

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Statement by Peter Skerry 


 
Skerry is a professor of Political Science at Boston College and was co-director of the Brookings-Duke Immigration Policy Roundtable.

 

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Statement by Reihan Salam 


 
Salam is the executive editor of National Review and a policy fellow at the National Review Institute. He is also a contributing editor of National Affairs.

 

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Statement by Juan Rangel 


 
Rangel is the President of Mastery Consulting, LLC, former chief executive officer of the United Neighborhood Organization, and the founder of UNO Charter School Network Inc., which includes 16 schools in the Chicago area.

 

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Question and Answer Session 


 
 

 

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