California's DREAM Act a Reality

Photo: Villaraigosa
Photo: Villaraigosa

What’s fair: Should kids living in the United States without immigration papers be barred from getting the same help to pay for college that’s available to other top students? The California legislature thought punishing kids for their parents’ decisions was unfair, and so passed the California DREAM Act in October 2011. This law lets undocumented students living in the United States apply for private and state financial aid for college.

5 thoughts on “California's DREAM Act a Reality”

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      Indy Kids Editor

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