DACA Students Struggle To Get A College Education

WASHINGTON, DC – November 9: Hundreds of students in the D.C. and Maryland area are leading a school walkout, march along the U.S. Supreme Court, protesting and demanding Congress to pass a clean Dream Act, a path to citizenship, permanent protection with no dangerous enforcement add-ons, before the end of this year for young undocumented immigrants in Washington, D.C., November 9, 2017. President Trump killed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) two months ago. (Astrid Riecken For The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Undocumented students face steep tuition rates with little financial aid available to them for college as their legal status sits in limbo. Andrea Jiménez is one of them and reports on how financial options vary from state. In California, she’s benefited from in-state tuition and financial aid programs designed for undocumented students. Read More at YR Media.

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