Report Evaluates Migrant Education.

Viadero, Debra
September 1987
Education Week;9/9/1987, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p20
The article highlights a report by the Education Commission of the States which warned that tougher academic requirements may drive the children of migrant farm workers out of school in the U.S. The report, entitled "Migrant Education: A Consolidated View," examines the history of migrant education in the country.


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