The Immigration Of The United States

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Many immigrant children are coming from different countries to the US and entering schools here that do not provide them with the support they need in order to be successful. Schools in America that accept these immigrant children in their school should provide more support to them. Newcomers should have a counselor that could help them with problems in school such as Bullying and discrimination. Also school districts should invest money in special programs that could focus on these children to help them succeed academically in school. Context Tens of thousands of children are fleeing the violence in their countries, coming to the U.S. The rate of immigrant children started increasing from 2012, but in 2014 there was a drastic change on the number of immigrant children entering the country. 2014 has been the year in which most children have entered the country due to the increase of violence and poverty in their foreign countries. This children are mostly coming from Mexico, Central America, South and East. After getting into the US this children are sent to school by their parents or some others do not even have parents. In the website Golden Door scholars, it identifies the amount of immigrants students in the US and how many of these students will make it to college. The author writes, “There are approximately 1.1-1.4 million undocumented students in the U.S.” The fact that there are a lot of immigrants students in US means that schools would
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