Despite the Supreme Court’s decision to block North Carolina’s notorious voter I.D. law, NC educators still find themselves battling election roadblocks that are very much alive at the local level.
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After a harrowing six-month stay in a detention center for undocumented immigrants, Wildin Acosta is back in school where he belongs.
Education voters can’t afford to overlook gubernatorial and other down ballot races, even if it is a presidential election year.
“As we celebrate Wildin’s positive outcome, we need to remember there are many more students in detention.”
‘We’re losing a generation of kids under the McCrory administration, and that’s heartbreaking.”
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“America would be better served if these raids targeted criminals, rather than young people who want to get an education and be safe.”
In North Carolina and Mississippi, discrimination has been signed into law.
“The stories they come to school with are heartbreaking.”
Acosta, a model student who is still determined to graduate, has sent word to his teachers asking them to please send his homework to the immigration detention center.