The following are resources outlined by Teach For America (TFA). Contact a LUPE staff member to receive help, you can email Abraham Diaz

Early Childhood Education and Elementary

Books and literature with immigration themes:

Lessons plans that address immigration, global movements, social movements:

Safe Space Visuals for Classroom

Middle School and High School

The Dream Is Now Documentary and Facilitator Guide

Living Undocumented – High School, Higher Education, and beyond.

Lessons plans that address immigration, global movement, social movements, and more.

Applying to College

The toolkit, provided by RGV Focus, is intended to help guidance and career counselors to better assist undocumented high school students through the college planning process. With more than 65,000 undocumented students graduating from U.S. high schools each year, the role of the counselor in working with students is crucial to ensuring students a promising future.

Here is a FAFSA Completion and Follow Up Steps Checklist

Here is a list of scholarships for undocumented students 

If you are undocumented and need help going to collage visit the Family Guide for DREAMers in the Rio Grande Valley

You will also need an IRS Tax Transcript Guide to aid in the verification process, and an ITIN First Time Filer Guide for tax filers who do not have social security numbers