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Diversity Project

The Diversity Project’s mission is to provide quality leadership, technical assistance, training, and education that supports all dimensions of diversity. Their partnership approach is distinguished by its vision, research base and its safe and expansive learning opportunities.

Plyler V. Doe

In this case, the Supreme Court held that: any child up to high school graduation or age 21 has the right for public education regardless of their immigration status and School districts are not allow to ask for any information that could reveal student’s immigration status.

Oak Orchard Community Health

The purpose of Oak Orchard Community Health Center is to provide quality, efficient, cost effective primary health care through direct patient services, health promotion, and disease prevention. The health center provides family and community oriented services with emphasis on caring for all people in the service area, including those who have problems obtaining health care from traditional sources due to lack of income, transportation, or lack of knowledge of health care available.

Worker Justice Center of New York

Farmworker Legal Services of New York, Inc. (FLSNY) has been serving migrant and seasonal farm workers for the past 30 years through direct representation in civil matters regarding employment and wage issues. FLSNY also serves the migrant community who may be victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. Pesticide education to prevent exposure and poisoning remains a significant part of FLSNY’s services.

FLSNY is particularly proud of its reputation as the only program in New York that conducts extensive outreach to the migrant community. As a result of their close ties to this community, they have been the recipient of grants to provide services to special populations within this group. FLSNY now services victims of human trafficking, domestic violence and those exposed to pesticides.

Agri-Business Child Development

Agri-Business Child Development is a non-profit provider of high quality culturally and linguistically diverse child development services for infant, toddlers, and pre-schoolers. Agri-business child development ensures that each child receives comprehensive educational, health and social services.


PathStone is a not-for-profit community development and human service organization providing services to low-income families and economically depressed communities throughout New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Virginia, Vermont, and Puerto Rico.

Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security (Parents’ Bill of Rights)

Education Law § 2-d requires each educational agency in the State of New York to develop a Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security and publish it on its website. The purpose of the Parents’ Bill of Rights is to provide information to parents (which also include legal guardians or persons in parental relation to a student, but generally not the parents of a student who is age eighteen or over) and eligible students about certain legal requirements that protect personally identifiable information pursuant to state and federal laws. NYSED’s Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security (Parents’ Bill of Rights) can be viewed and downloaded using the link above.

New York State Migrant Education

School Districts

Opportunities for Success for Out of School Youth

Office of Migrant Education

NY Statewide Family Services

Instructional Services For OSY and Secondary Youth (ISOSY) 

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) 

Mid-West RBERN (Regional Bilingual Education Resource Network)