The education of Latinos (as Manny and Carla, the students whose experiences we share in Chapters 5 and 6) is inextricably linked to the broader issue of immigration. This often stems from the fact that many Latino students are also immigrant students or live in parts of the United States where the border has shifted as a consequence of armed conflict or treaties. In addition, the debate over how to best educate emergent Latino bilinguals is highly politicized and views over immigration have an impact on policies affecting them. An example is the widely used term “immigrant” to refer to a segment of the Latino population that is undocumented.