Would Federal Incentives Entice States to Pass DREAM Acts?

January 2014
Education Week;1/29/2014, Vol. 33 Issue 19, p10
The article covers the In-State for Dreamers Act, proposed legislation that would offer financial incentives to U.S. states that make college tuition more affordable fro undocumented students as well as raise fees on visas issued to international students studying in the country.


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