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Maps: Many States Still Limit Dreamers' College Options

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Here's a Washington Monthly map of how states are treating undocumented kids once they graduate from high school -- regardless of what the Obama administration has to say.

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I believe states should not restrict students to further their education because of documentation. That is similar to stopping a young boy from going to elementary school, forcing him to miss out on essential information that will vital for the young boy’s future. It is also not fair to charge an undocumented student out-of-state tuition when they live in that particular state. It is clear an institution is a business but there should be limits on what schools should be allowed to do in regards to enrolling students. There is plenty of opportunity in this country for many people, restrictions from institutions are only reducing student’s potential to become great.

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