The Pritzker Taubert Family Foundation is committing about $3 million in college scholarships for undocumented youth who will graduate next spring from Chicago's Noble Network of Charter Schools.
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March 20, 2014
A Migration Policy Institute analysis found that Georgia's education reform agenda has not sufficiently addressed the needs of the state's large immigration and English-language learner population.
March 13, 2014
Lawmakers in both states are haggling over legislation that seeks to make public colleges and universities more affordable to high school graduates who lack legal immigration status.
May 09, 2013
A record number of Hispanic high school graduates in 2012 went on to pursue higher education, outstripping enrollment of white graduates.
January 14, 2013
Issues facing undocumented youth, such as applying for deferred action, or paying for college, are front and center at a Jan. 19 conference for educators.
March 06, 2012
Students from San Diego write an open letter to the education community to describe the sobering realities of having no legal status, especially as they approach high school graduation and adulthood.
February 01, 2012
Undocumented students are already banned from enrolling in the state's most selective campuses
January 27, 2012
State's colleges and universities must send out formal reminders to students to pursue legal status.
December 06, 2011
For first time ever, the Latino applicant pool for CSU is bigger than any other racial or ethnic group in the state.
September 26, 2011
Republican candidates disagree about whether the children of illegal aliens should be able to receive in-state tuition, prompted by the Texas Dream Act.