Driver sought after fatal crash in Wylie
A 47-year-old Houston man died in a one-car accident in Wylie early Friday, a police official said. via Dallas Morning News
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#1 Apr 29, 2007
HOUSTON – Thousands of Mexican children are flocking across the U.S. border to attend school, sparking a debate in towns along the border over whether U.S. taxpayers should have to bear the costs of educating them.
The border crossing is so common in El Paso that officials opened a special lane just for students this month. The Houston Chronicle reported Sunday that more than 1,200 people passed through that lane from Mexico on a recent morning. Some were college or private school students, but many were coming to attend public schools.
The influx has prompted complaints from those opposed to spending U.S. tax dollars to teach students from Mexico. The issue is especially timely in El Paso, where the school district – which expects to take in 10,000 new students in the next five to eight years – is preparing for a $230 million bond election for new schools next month.
#2 May 2, 2007
Go ahead and let these children in, all u have to deal with, is youre kids being slower,not making the grades to get into college because of the national average. And god forbid you be a white kid asking for a grant.
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