The border crisis comes to the classroom

The border crisis comes to the classroom


The local public elementary school is typically not the first place one thinks of when discussing the immigration crisis that has engulfed the country since President Joe Biden implemented his porous border policies.

But, in a testament to the strain that illegal immigration can place on the infrastructure of a country, state, or city, school districts from Austin, Texas, to Brooklyn, New York, have been forced to accommodate thousands of illegal immigrant children in their classrooms.

On Tuesday, the House Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education held a hearing on how the Biden border crisis has affected schools around the country. The hearing took place the same day that Biden announced a series of election-year executive actions that he said would help resolve

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