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A Problem for Some School Districts
10-04-2018, 03:58 PM
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A Problem for Some School Districts
There are vested interests in having the immigrants that entered illegally stay in USA--not only the cheap labor for the work in factory farms, slaughter houses, etc, but also the jobs that are created for professionals in the school system--the ESL teachers, social workers, aides, and tmore funds for higher education to train the new professionals. Education hieracrchy benefits by having this bigger enrollment, even though the students lose the resources devoted to others. There is also the Hispanic vote to be considered--all these pluses (from a political, business, educational stance) mean that the illegally enetered folks are allowed to come. It's only when the average ctizens started to protest that things began to change. Even E-Verify--a way to ask employers to check to see if their employees have legitimate scoial security numbers--was opposed!! Anyone who thinks it's just a fluke that we have 12 million illegally entered immigrants needs to wake up.

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