- New Freedom Park and the Immigrant Families Who Designed It
- Building Bridges Through Storytelling: What Are Your Students' Stories?
- Using a Strengths-Based Approach with ELs: Supporting Students Living with Trauma, Violence and Chronic Stress
- How to Support Refugee Students in the ELL Classroom
- Social and Emotional Support for Refugee Families: A School Psychology Perspective
Books and Booklists
Research and Reports
- Educational Experiences Refugee Children Countries First Asylum
- Providing a Head Start: Improving Access to Early Childhood Education for Refugees
- Invisible Wounds: The Impact of Six Years of War on the Mental Health of Syria's Children
- Foster Care at a Cultural Crossroads: Refugee Children in the Public Foster Care System
Strategies for Engaging Immigrant and Refugee Families (Education Development Center)
This guide shares examples of school systems around the country that have effectively engaged immigrant and refugee families to improve their health and educational experience.
This list of recommended resources includes background information on refugees, information about specific countries and conflicts, classroom resources, and video game simulations for students.
These resources provides background on the civil war that has driven Syrians from the country, as well as on Syrian cultural customs and what Syrians bring to their new communities.
Sesame Workshop and the IRC are currently developing a partnership to deliver early learning and social-emotional support to millions of refugee children in Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria. You can learn more about the partnership on the Sesame Workshop website, as well as from this NPR story about the work the team is doing to solicit input from "relief organizations, trauma experts, academics, and others who have worked with refugees."