Social Explorer: Social Explorer provides easy access to census demographics about the United States from 1940 to 2000. The free public edition offers a collection of interactive demographic maps of census data that can be viewed, queried, and manipulated.
The New Americans: The New Americans Web site offers online educational resources to supplement the documentary mini-series, which explores the immigrant experience through the personal stories of immigrants to the United States.
Pathways to America: Teaching About Immigration Changes: A lesson plan developed by the New York Times where students examine the myriad issues surrounding an immigration overhaul, including border security, the economic impact of foreign-born workers, and paths to citizenship for those who have entered illegally.
Migration and Human Rights: The Ethics of Alterity and the Inclusion of the Other: In this lesson, students analyze reasons for limitations to migration. Considering a novel, a poem and theoretical texts, students will interpret fears of host countries and investigate the issue of migration from a philosophical and legal human rights perspective.
Teaching Guide for the book Exiled Home: Salvadoran Transnational Youth in the Aftermath of Violence. In Exiled Home, Susan Bibler Coutin recounts the experiences of Salvadoran children who migrated with their families to the United States during the 1980–1992 civil war.
Migration Matters: a German nonprofit initiative offering access to information about migration in the form of accessible lessons.
Gutiérrez, David G. “Migration, emergent ethnicity, and the” third space”: The shifting politics of nationalism in greater Mexico.” The Journal of American History 86.2 (1999): 481-517. (Full Text Available)