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Cultural Resources - Information for Newcomers to the United States

Resources for U.S. newcomers and the people who support them. Guide developed collaboratively by the Aghan Educational Support Team in 2022. While some resources are specific to Afghan resettlement, many resources are useful for newcomers from a wide rang

The Education System and Afghan Newcomers

Classroom icon"The U.S. Department of Education recognizes that there is an immediate and urgent need to provide high-quality, culturally responsive education to Afghan newcomers – inclusive of primary, secondary, and English language learning as well as social and emotional learning. Many Afghan allies and their families protected our troops, supported our diplomatic community, and served our country. We welcome them into our nation, as we do with every child who comes to or enters the country regardless of their immigration status, and we are committed to providing them with an equitable and excellent education." -- From the Dear Colleague Letter linked below.

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Watch the video below to learn about how to United States Education System is structured.

Links to Resources for K-12 Education

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Links to Resources for Higher Education

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