The new OECD report, Immigrant Students at School: Easing the Journey towards Integration, based on data from the OECD’s PISA program, finds no link between the share of immigrant students and the performance of school systems, but emphasizes that how an education system responds to immigrants has a critical impact on successful integration and on the economic and social well-being of the community. Students with an immigrant background tend to perform worse in school than students without an immigrant background, but it is the socio-economic status of students that is the largest contributor to the problem. Schools with large numbers of immigrant students tend to be located in poor neighborhoods. Which education systems are doing best? How can we keep communities open and welcoming to refugee resettlement? What are the key strategies schools might use to foster the value of cultural diversity?