Lori Fusak

Monday, April 10, 2017

Is immigration affecting education?

Research from the Center for Immigration Studies shows an increase in the number and share of public school students who are from immigrant households.

According to the study, almost one out of four students in public schools live in an immigrant household.

Cronkite News wants to hear your insight on how immigration could be affecting public schools and the teachers who work there.

Your response will not be published without your permission. A journalist from Cronkite News or the Public Insight Network may contact you for future reporting.

(Photo courtesy of Marie on Creative Commons )

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