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Migrant Children In Federal Custody Losing English Classes, Recreation

Newsy Wednesday, 5 June 2019
Migrant Children In Federal Custody Losing English Classes, RecreationWatch VideoThis soccer game, played by unaccompanied minors at a migrant shelter in Texas. English classes like this one in Florida. These are just two instances of programs that could be cut as federal authorities try to house and care for a growing number of children in custody.

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The Trump Administration says it is eliminating non-essential programs to cope with budget demands of sheltering migrant influx from Central America.

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