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EDU-6139 - Becoming a Community Teacher

When looking at the Principles of HOPE, I recognize that it is my responsibility to “inform, involve, and collaborate with families/neighborhoods, and communities in each student’s educational process, including using information about student cultural identity, achievement and performance.” (H4 – … 1,092 more words


Pros and Cons of Employment Authorization for H4

On February 24, 2015, USCIS announced that it will grant employment authorization (EAD) to certain H4 holders, whose number is estimated to be as high as 179,600 people in the first year. 714 more words


H-4 Visa Holders to Receive Work Permission Soon. Finally! Seattle Globlist Reports

The Seattle Globalist reported on the significant immigration change to come soon for H-4 visa holders.  At the moment, work permission is not given to this visa category.   62 more words

Employment-Based Immigration

USCIS to Extend Employment Authorization to Spouses of Some H-1B Visa Holders

Pursuant to President Obama’s November 2014 announcement on executive action, the Department of Homeland Security announced today that it will extend eligibility for employment authorization to certain dependent (H-4) spouses of H-1B visa holders who are in the process of seeking Employment-Based Lawful Permanent Residence. 132 more words



The SPU School of Education holds principles of HOPE as a vision for effective teachers.  As effective teachers, we want to honor student diversity, development and their right to learn.   599 more words


Cultivating Your Passion: a learning opportunity

This week I started reading “Why School?: How Education Must Change When Learning and Information are Everywhere,” by Will Richardson. The Preface starts with a very familiar scenario where the author’s son is learning to play Minecraft. 652 more words


H4- Honor community/family involvement in the learning process.

Another HOPE principle (discussed in my last post) that SPU builds their educational curriculum around is H4 which reads, “honor community/family involvement in the learning process.”  Family and community involvement in the education of students can take on many different forms depending on the desires of the family, as well as the intentions of the educator.  548 more words