Legislation Would Flatten Barriers for Undocumented Students

Lane, Kristina
July 2001
Black Issues in Higher Education;7/5/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p10
Focuses on two bills introduced by state and federal lawmakers in the United States (U.S.) that would allow illegal immigrants who are long-term U.S. residents to afford a college education. Impact of the Texas legislation sponsored by Representative Rick Noriega on in-state tuition rates; College financial aid offered to illegal immigrants under the proposal of Representative Chris Cannon; Benefits of the bills to community colleges.


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