Immigration enforcement policies are causing behavioral problems, absenteeism, and hurting academic achievement among students, according to a survey of teachers across the country. Almost 85 percent of teachers surveyed reported that students are afraid of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) intervening in their lives. Nearly 80 percent of teachers reported observing emotional and behavioral problems among immigrant students. Almost two-thirds reported an impact on academic performance and more than half reported increased absenteeism.