When Boundaries Around the “Secret” are Tested: A School Community Response to the Policing of Undocumented Immigrants

@article{Crawford2018WhenBA,
  title={When Boundaries Around the “Secret” are Tested: A School Community Response to the Policing of Undocumented Immigrants},
  author={Emily R. Crawford},
  journal={Education and Urban Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={50},
  pages={155 - 182}
}
This case study focuses on a 2008 incident where Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) vans appeared near a K-5 elementary school. It was the first time school personnel experienced the impact of federal immigration agents policing illegality in their school community, and the event set off a chain of decision-making choices as to how personnel would respond. This article specifically explores how educators’ roles within a school shaped their access to information and subsequent sensemaking… 

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