Dream On

October 23, 2010
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It looks like the Georgia Board of Regents has finally decided to address the inequities of a system that allows students in this country illegally to be given tuition breaks while penalizing American students living in-state.¬†At least, that’s the thrust of this report in the New York Times. Although this problem is much more egregious in states like California, the fact that it’s being addressed at all is a step in the right direction. May other states follow Georgia’s lead.

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