The Future Of Migrant Children's Education Raises Concern
Concerns over educating migrant children continue to grow.
Texas has decided not to use state money to provide instruction for students who are housed in federal detention. That has many concerned that partnerships with school districts will be affected, which will dramatically hurt the opportunity for children to learn.
A similar decision has not been made in Arizona, but what if it was?
Gabriel Trujillo, superintendent of the Tucson Unified School District, joined The Show to talk about it.