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Should the U.S. pay to educate migrant kids?

09.26.2014 | Tuscon Sentinel | “Some of these students may be staying here in the long run,” said Kim Sweet, executive director of the Advocates for Children of New York, a non-profit that focuses on education access. Unemployment drops from an average of 14 percent among adults without a high school degree to a little over 4 percent among those with a bachelor’s degree or higher, according to the NCES. The national unemployment rate hovers around 7 percent. “It benefits our country to have an educated adult force," Sweet said. Read article