Arizona considers requesting data on undocumented students

Schools in Arizona would be required to provide information on students unable to prove they are legal U.S. citizens or risk losing some state aid under a bill being considered by state lawmakers. Some say the practice would ensure that taxpayer money is being spent on educating legal citizens, but opponents say it would deter illegal immigrants from enrolling their children in school and create a burden on schools to collect the data.

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