Educators worry students may be collateral damage in immigration fight

11/18/2013 | Computerworld · Politico (Washington, D.C.)

U.S. academics say they are worried that an immigration-reform bill may overlook an important constituency: potential IT workers being trained in the nation's colleges. Professors say the U.S. is graduating enough students to fill IT-sector demand and that a bill that lifts the cap on foreign skilled workers will flood the market and, ultimately, make it harder for new graduates to repay student debt.

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