Obama Now Pushing the Acceptance of Illegal’s on Our Kids
The White House administration, via a U.S. Department of Education policy document, has sounded an enrollment call to schools across the nation, pressing them to get as many illegals declared official students as possible and reminding them, in no uncertain terms, it’s the law.
In its “Resource Guide: Supporting Undocumented Youth,” the feds call on “educators, school and campuses [to] … draw upon the tips and examples in this guide to better support undocumented youth and, ultimately, move us closer to the promise of college and career readiness for all,” EAG News reported.
The guide also makes clear federal law requires the education of all students, no matter their immigration status. And it provides this tip to educators: Illegals actually worry about their immigration status so much it affects their academic performance. The not-so-subtle message?
Help them succeed, EAG News reported.
As the news site wrote, in a summary statement about the guide’s intent: “All immigrant students, and their family members, are constantly concerned with being deported, and do not have access to federal financial aid, making college unaffordable.”
The guide then explicitly states its goal is to help “educators, counselors and others support student academic and social success, and to work collaboratively with youth and their families to find creative ways to finance college costs,” the news site found.
The students to which the guide refers are part of Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Amnesty program, which grants the rights for certain illegals to stay in America and pursue education goals.
In the guide, schools are advised to help recruit such students.