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Hundreds of Roaring Fork Valley children and young adults affected by DACA decision

A brief collection of the headline stories in Glenwood Post Independent
Post Independent
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Colorado News

Immigration agents inside schools? Why some activists are warning undocumented students about Trump’s policy shifts

LA School Report
Thursday, August 24, 2017
National News

One student exchanged hand gestures with a classmate in the school hallway. Another drew graffiti in his notebook. A third wore a Chicago Bulls T-shirt.

The most important time to make English the official language

Conservative Review
Monday, August 7, 2017
Immigration Impact

“We have room for but one flag, the American flag … We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language …” ~Teddy Roosevelt, January 3, 1919

67% Hispanic immigrants in U.S. 15 years or more are functionally illiterate

From article, Jason Richwine PhD "The importance of English literacy cannot be overstated. Without language proficiency, immigrant families will find it difficult to succeed...Policymakers should take note."
Washington Examiner
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Immigration Impact

[...] A new analysis of immigrants found that 63 percent of Hispanics have a "below basic" understanding of English, making them illiterate.

And it doesn't get better if they stay in the U.S. for 15 years. In a shocking finding showing that they haven't tried to learn -- or even had to ...

Aurora school board approves resolution to protect immigrant students, though some raise questions

Why the need to reassure immigrants? Immigrants are lawful- only illegal aliens are not
Chalkbeat
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Colorado News

The Aurora school board unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday aimed at helping immigrant students feel safer, but not before fault lines emerged over its title and intent.

23 Percent of Public Schoolchildren Live in Immigrant Households

Note that "immigrant households" includes both legal immigrant and illegal alien households
American Renaissance / LifeZette
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Immigration Impact

Almost a quarter of the nation’s public school students live in immigrant households, raising questions about America’s long-term ability to continue its tradition of assimilation, according to a study released Thursday.

California and the End of White America

The Unz Review
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Immigration Impact

Originally publisned on October 17, 1999

Report Reveals Massive Indoctrination of Students at Universities Through ‘Transformative Civic Engagement’

Breitbart
Sunday, January 15, 2017
National News

CAIRCO note: America's higher education system functions as a hotbed of inculcation of liberal progressive, Marxist, multicultural, open borders, and frankly anti-American propaganda. This article exposes this deep seated, pervasive, and well founded agenda.

Roaring Fork schools are a sanctuary for all

Colorado state taxpayers are spending $1.2 Billion dollars a year for education of immigrants-FAIR Report
Monday, November 21, 2016
Colorado News

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