U.S. schools feel strain of increased immigrant population

07/13/2014 | Baltimore Sun, The

The wave of unaccompanied minors coming into the U.S. -- primarily from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador -- is putting a strain on schools, officials say. President Barack Obama is looking to direct $3.7 billion to processing centers, shelters and other agencies handling the influx of children. It is estimated that about 40,000 immigrant youths have been released to relatives in the U.S. since October.

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