By Donna R. Gabaccia, Professor of History and Director, Immigration History Research Center
These days, the â€śDream Actâ€? dominates news coverage of immigrant education issues. But while legislators debate the pros and cons of offering in-state college tuition to young immigrants without papers (as ten states already do), educators around the nation face the more mundane, everyday tasks of educating the millions of children--in primary and secondary schoolsâ€”whose education firmly remains a right. What are their concerns?