School officials: Alabama law on reporting illegal students is ‘impractical’

Some Alabama educators fear the state’s new law cracking down on illegal immigration could jeopardize millions of dollars in federal funding for public schools, Fox News reports. At issue is one provision in the law requiring schools to report the number of undocumented students they enroll. The law, which takes effect Sept. 1, requires schools to collect and report to the state proof of a student’s age, as well as a new provision requiring proof of where a child was born…

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