One of the important actions that we must take is to attend school board meetings and ensure our school tax is being used to educate American students. This case in Lancaster is a great example of why. If you think about it, we have been lax by allowing the education system to educate "illegals" and now they are using the same laws to educate refugees.
School district officials say Phoenix's fast-track curriculum aims to get high-risk students a diploma before they drop or age out, or count against the district's graduation rate.
And these students fit that description: they face speak little or no English, typically have a disrupted educational background, if they have one at all, and might feel pressure to work to help support their families, since adult refugees' initial jobs tend to be low wage.
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