Trump push to steer immigrants away from federal benefits worries schools
from Education Week
School district leaders are sounding the alarm that a Trump administration proposal about the impact of immigrants' use of federal benefit programs on their attempts to become permanent residents would place an unfair and significant burden on public education. Here's some background: The issue involves what's known as "public charge," which Washington uses to determine if an immigrant seeking to become a permanent U.S. resident is likely to become "primarily dependent" on the federal government for subsistence.
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