Undocumented military cadets molded for success, then cast adrift
Posted in the Minneapolis Forum
#1 May 27, 2013
Maybe she should be taking the bus from Nogalas, Mexico, where she belongs.
CHICAGO -- On days when she can’t get a ride, Rocio Herrera catches the 6:10 a.m. bus from her poor, largely Hispanic neighborhood on Chicago’s Southwest side for the long trip to Phoenix Military Academy – one of the city’s six public military-themed high schools.
Herrera can hold her own on the street. When she feels disrespected, her round face goes hard. In school, the 17-year-old found a way to channel that toughness.
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