Immigration Law Enforcement;Hispanic Schools Go Unattended

Over 200 students were Absent in Huntsville on Thursday, the day after a federal judge allowed most of Alabama's new immigration enforcement law to take effect. The Law included, the state school board's annual report  analyzing the effects "upon the standard or quality of education provided to students who are citizens" by the enrollment of "students who are aliens not lawfully present in the United States." The authorities will keep a track of the undocumented children but not publicly identify them. The school administrations are requesting students to return, telling them they have nothing to fear in continuing education.


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