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Project- and Human-Centered Teaching and Learning: Diplomacy Lab and the Expanded Public Charge Rule for New Cabo Verdean Immigrants

  • Author(s): Lundy, Brandon D
  • Garefino, Allison C.
  • Cleaver, Brenda L
  • Dumett, Danielle
  • Godwin, Kaitlyn
  • Haile, Agazeet
  • Hasse, William P
  • Seigler, Alexandria
  • Smith, Kathleen B
  • Zingleman, Nicholas A
  • et al.

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https://doi.org/10.5070/T33146972Creative Commons 'BY-NC' version 4.0 license
Abstract

This commentary introduces the U.S. State Department-sponsored Diplomacy Lab. This program provides interdisciplinary teams of students an opportunity to learn how to directly inform government policy development and implementation. In the project discussed here, a team of student researchers considered how the new public charge final rule could impact Cabo Verdean immigrants in the United States. The program demonstrates how project- and human-centered pedagogy through social science research advances student learning by providing students an opportunity to directly observe the complex effects of policy decisions on people’s lives.

 

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