400 Percent Increase as Foreign STEM Worker Ranks Explode in U.S.

Experts across political spectrum contend nothing about high-tech job market justifies unprecedented surge since 2008
Monday, May 14, 2018
Our American Future

A recently released study found a 400 percent increase in the number of foreign students graduating from American universities and then remaining to work in technology fields, but several experts questioned the economic justification.

Feds Provide Almost $2 Billion in Subsidies to Hire Alien Grads Rather than U.S. Grads

Center for Immigration Studies
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Our American Future

‘It is kind of crushing:’ Southwest Denver projected to lose nearly 2,000 students

Denver Post related article quote: Southwest Denver, home to more elementary school children than any other part of the city, is expected to be the hardest hit
Chalkbeat Colorado
Saturday, January 6, 2018
Colorado News

[...] In the past, it was common for students to have a sibling in every grade from kindergarten to fifth...

Parents are dissuaded from having more, she said, because of tight budgets  or the fear they’ll be deported and have to leave their kids ...

Universities Tout Amnesty To Protect Their Middle-Class Outsourcing Program

Wednesday, December 13, 2017
National News

A group of wealthy universities is joining the push for a DACA amnesty because they want to protect the revenue they get by providing white-collar work permits to 330,000 foreign graduate-customers.

Helping immigrants [illegal aliens] adjust and thrive in the Roaring Fork Valley

From article "Fifteen-year-old "Victor" arrived in Basalt in September after a harrowing journey from El Salvador ... he soon will be required to go to immigration court in Denver for entering the country illegally..."
The Aspen Times
Thursday, December 7, 2017
Colorado News

Fifteen-year-old "Victor" arrived in Basalt in September after a harrowing journey from El Salvador that included walking across a hot desert, a boat ride across the snake-infested waters of the Rio Grande River and a 34-day stay in a U.S. immigrant detention center in Texas.

Schools and immigrants: Impact hits downvalley harder

Additional four article excerpts included from the Post Independent series articles.
Post Independent
Thursday, December 7, 2017
Colorado News

Roaring Fork Schools saw a notable shift in demographics around 2011 that puts the lower Roaring Fork Valley school district in a unique class. For the first time that year, minority students, and specifically Hispanic students, became the majority in public schools serving the communities ...

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
Our American Future

“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


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