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Saturday, June 17, 2017

This Week Marks the 35th Anniversary of One of the Most Significant U.S. Supreme Court Decisions, the Plyler v. Doe Ruling that States Cannot Deny Illegal alien Kids a “Free” Public Education

By A Texas Reader

Panel discussion marks 35th anniversary of key education ruling
www.dallasnews.com

But this week marks the 35th anniversary of one of the most significant court decisions, and it wasn't limited to just Texas — the Plyler vs. Doe ruling that states cannot deny undocumented students access to a free public education.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"In the intervening years, he said, those students have helped transform Texas into an economic powerhouse.
"These children graduated and went on to open up businesses and become part of the gears of the Texas Miracle of the '90s to this decade."
GRA:But can they speak English?
You see all the court rulings that have caused the dissolution of the country,bit by bit.This one certainly,gay marriage and many more.The hope is,someday the cases get heard by a more conservative court and gets reversed.But then you hear those two latin words.
"Stare decisis".To stand by a decision.
Unfortunate that our Supreme Court shows such respect for previous Court rulings--usually liberal rulings at that--to be unable to take up cases which were politically motivated in the first place..The historical trend of the S.C.is to be less tough on law enforcement--like illegal immigration.What do we gain by attempting to educate illegal aliens?We can't even educate our native born blacks?
All you can do is shake your head at the waste of money and loss of our identity as a country.
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

ONLY AS LONG AS IT DOES NOT POSE AND UNDUE BURDEN ON THE SCHOOL DISTRICT!!!

Those words are forgotten. when the Supreme Court made that decision they had the idea in mind of one or two kids here or there in class. NOT millions.