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The current system results in less access to academic classes for long-term English-learners, a new study argues, while more recent arrivals sometimes fare better.


Nationally, at least five million children have at least one parent who is undocumented. Supporting those children should be a priority if the threat of a raid is not imminent, advocates said.


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