Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Here’s Why Schools Are REQUIRED To Teach Young ILLEGALS

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Taxpayers have spent billions of dollars educating illegal aliens and their citizen children. Much of this education is required by law.
A 1982 Supreme Court case citing the 14th Amendment requires public K-12 schools to teach illegal alien children. The federal government has spent over $1 billion and states have spent over $44 billion educating approximately 12.5 million illegal aliens and 4.2 citizen children of illegal aliens, according to the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).
The 1982 Supreme Court decision Plyler v. Doe prohibited states from denying K-12 students free public education on the basis of their immigration status. The court used the Fourteenth Amendment, which states “no State shall … deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws,” as the foundation for its ruling.
“By denying these children a basic education, we deny them the ability to live within the structure of our civic institutions, and foreclose any realistic possibility that they will contribute in even the smallest way to the progress of our Nation,” the justices said in a 5-4 verdict. “The record in no way supports the claim that exclusion of undocumented children is likely to improve the overall quality of education in the State.”
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1 comment:

Upcame Hill said...

It says "within it's jurisdiction." Illegals are under the jurisdiction of the countries from which they came since they are not citizens of the US.