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Unformatted text preview: Jacqueline Reyes Exploratory Paper Professor Trent EN102 10/06/10 The Dream Act In today’s economy, going to college is the best choice a student can make after graduating high school. Even though the cost of going to college is still expensive, many students turn to finical aid to help them pay for their tuition. However, this is not the case for undocumented students, who have to pay college all themselves because they are ineligible for any government assistance. This is why the Dream Act was created, to help give these students their citizenship so that the can get an education and become successful in their future goals. This idea has created a lot of debate among Americans, especially within legislation. The need to decide whether this bill should be passed has become more important since the number of undocumented students graduating high school has increased. There are many opinions to what should be done with this issue, but three main perspectives that stand out the most are those who strongly support the act, those...
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- Fall '10
- Education in the United States, undocumented students