Loyola delegation advocates for the closing of SOA/WHINSEC, comprehensive immigration reform at Igna
There are 1 comment on the The Greyhound story from Nov 23, 2010, titled Loyola delegation advocates for the closing of SOA/WHINSEC, comprehensive immigration reform at Igna. In it, The Greyhound reports that:
A delegation of Loyola students and faculty members attended the Ignatian Family Teach-In conference in Washington, D.C. last weekend and lobbied on Advocacy Day for the closing of the School of Americas/WHINSEC, the passage of the DREAM Act and comprehensive immigration reform.
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#1 Nov 23, 2010
Catholic schools like all private schools can admit who ever they want- the tax payer need not be involved.
Mexico offers free online college courses to it's citizens living illegally in the U.S. so what's the problem?
August 8, 2010
Mexico Will Offer Online-Degree Programs to Citizens Living Abroad
By Marion Lloyd
The Mexican government will begin offering online college-degree programs this month to its citizens living abroad, many of whom are suffering the effects of stricter immigration controls in the United States.
The project is being run by Mexico's Public Education Secretariat, which opened its own virtual university in August 2009. Since then, 33,000 students have enrolled in 15 different undergraduate majors at the National Open and Distance University of Mexico, said Rodolfo Tuirán, the country's under secretary for higher education.
He said the decision to expand the online-degree opportunity to Mexicans living abroad is partly a response to the raft of anti-immigration laws recently passed in the United States. The legislation—the most punitive of which is Arizona's SB 1070, which criminalizes illegal immigration within that state—has made it more difficult for undocumented immigrants to attend college in the United States.
Mexicans account for more than half of the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants in the United States, according to U.S. government estimates.
"Mexico has to look after its citizens abroad; it's only natural," said Mr. Tuirán, a sociologist who has a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. "The goal is to improve their ability to compete, so that they have better conditions there or if they eventually return home."
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