News and Media
Board of Regents approves appeal process for ELLs - Joint Statement by Internationals Network and New York Immigration Coalition
The results are in: Deeper Learning works for our schools and students! As a member of the Deeper Learning Network (DLN), Internationals Network for Public Schools is featured in a series of reports led by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
State Scores Show More Support Needed for English Language Learners- Joint Statement by Internationals Network for Public Schools and New York Immigration Coalition
Internationals Network has several employment opportunities to support the opening of two new schools in Maryland. You can find job descriptions on our Employment Opportunities page. Read coverage from the Washington Post and EdWeek to learn more about our partnership with Prince George’s County and CASA de Maryland.
Innovation in Immigrant Education
A window into the International High Schools and the Internationals’ Approach for successfully preparing for English language learners for college and career success.
The Internationals Community
International Community High School students answer questions about their identity as a community of international students – Who are we? Where do we come from? ( more …)
NYCT Grantees At Work (2012)
The New York Community Trust (NYCT) produced this video to highlight Internationals Network’s efforts to expand our successful approach to educating English language learners immigrants ( more …)
Stop-Motion Animations (2012)
These stop-motion animations were created by students at Flushing International High School for Breakthrough, an organization that promotes human rights and innovative social change. ( more …)
Role Call (2011)
Following a rare and unusual on-campus incident of bullying, Flushing International High School Media Arts teacher Dillon Paul collaborated with school alumni Jean Franco Vergaray ( more …)
Google Tech Talks (2011)
Oakland International High School Principal Carmelita Reyes, Technology teacher Sailaja Suresh, and students Indra Karki, Ana Lopez, Rahwa Muzollo and Omar Gual were invited to ( more …)