Subject :Eng 111
Professor : Thomas J. Schaefer
Room number : B 222
Due date : 16 April 2014
IN STATE TUTION BREAKS TO CHILDREN FOR ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
Each year there are uncountable numbers if students who face numerous problems to attain the higher education,as of higher out state fees and negative prospects for employment.north Carolina education authority estimate about fifteen hundred children of illegal immigrants graduate from high school each year. These students have fewer opportunities for higher education and piles pf barriers to attend a college with out in state fees. The urban institute estimate that each year about 65 thousand children of illegal immigrants who live in the U.S for five years or longer graduate high schools. Among them many students are not allowed to attain higher education of being undocumented ans some could not pay fees as not being in state fees applied to them.
The dream act will show a path to those illegal immigrants and children of illegal immigrant to make themselves legalize and who are in U.S. Since years or whom are brought young by their parents as well as whom are born here spend their most of the lives here. It will also make provision which limits the way in which state wish to provide in state tuition to undocumented residents, may structure such laws, by requiring them to provide the same benefits to eligible students who do not reside in this state. But , although the Dream Act eliminates the barriers, it does not bind the states to provide in state tuition to any undocumented immigrants. Therefore the each state need to determine either they are providing in state fees to the children of illegal immigrants or not.
Maryland state analyst estimated the adverse effects of this legislation will increase in the enrollment and mandatory education funding, but on the other hand , it will cost the state an extra $ 800,000 by fiscal 2012 and $ 3.5 million by fiscal 2014. The students
Cited: PAGE Los Angles times :A path to college , Nov. 17 2010 New York Times : Dreaming of Reform , Estimating the impact of the Dream Act by Steven A. Camarota In state tuition for Md. Illegal immigrant on table by David Hill - the Washington Times Colorado Alliance for immigration reforms National immigrant law centre Federation for american immigrant reform ( taxpayers should not subsidize college for illegal aliens)