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More on H-1B School Districts


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A full list of districts with three or more H-1B teachers can be found here, while the original list of H-1B users is here. Let me note three things of…

A full list of districts with three or more H-1B teachers can be found here, while the original list of H-1B users is here.

Let me note three things of things. The first: The list doesn’t include charter schools such as DC Prep, which are also using a good number of H-1B students. The second: It doesn’t include employment agencies that may be employing H-1B teachers on behalf of districts such as Global Teachers Research. The latter would add plenty more to the number of foreign teachers employed by the nation’s public school systems. And I didn’t add all the schools with one or two H-1B teachers for the sake of brevity.

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Teachers and H-1B visas: More reasons for both immigration — and education — reform.


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You would expect high tech giants such as Microsoft, Cisco Systems, and the U.S. division of India’s tech support powerhouse, Infosys, to be among the biggest users of H-1B skilled-labor…

Photo courtesy of the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Photo courtesy of the Las Vegas Review-Journal

You would expect high tech giants such as Microsoft, Cisco Systems, and the U.S. division of India’s tech support powerhouse, Infosys, to be among the biggest users of H-1B skilled-labor visas. The same holds true for universities such as Johns Hopkins, the University of Michigan and Purdue — the world’s training ground for skilled workers and research-and-development.

But some of the largest users of H-1B visas aren’t tech firms or major research universities. Rather, these unlikely users are the nation’s public school systems. Thirteen hundred seventy-four H-1B visas were issued to public schools during the 2006-07 school year, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security…

— Read more at The American Spectator. And yes, it’s shameless self-promotion.

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