Culture & Language Services
Based on the United States Supreme Court decision in Plyler v. Doe, all children have a constitutional right to have equal access to public education regardless of their immigration status or their parents’ status. Federal guidance designates schools as sensitive locations where immigration enforcement actions should not happen. Federal immigration agents are NOT permitted to take any action or obtain any information unless indisputably required by law and following an intensive internal legal review.
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We at Collegiate Hall will always support, protect and advocate on behalf of our immigrant families.
Frequently Asked Questions
What impact does undocumented immigration status have on my child’s education?
None! Children have a constitutional right to have equal access to education regardless of their immigration status or their parents’ status.on go to app settings and press "Manage Questions" button.
Does Collegiate Hall or Tulsa Public Schools ask for a child’s immigration status when he or she enrolls?
No! Collegiate Hall and Tulsa Public Schools enrolls students regardless of their immigration status and without discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin. Plyler v. Doe, 457 U.S. 202 (1982), established that the immigration status of a student is irrelevant to that student’s entitlement to an elementary and secondary public education.