American Education and Undocumented Immigrants The United State is a country created by immigrants from the foundation of the thirteen colonies, and residents from the African continent, who came as slaves. Immigrants came seeking fortune in the new land: Irish, French, Italian, Chinese, and many more from all countries worldwide. American society was born of immigration and has been developed with the input and effort of immigrants. One of the essential components of the image of America is the story of a nation of immigrants. Immigration forms a substantial part of American national mythology. Almost all Americans are immigrants or descendants of immigrants of varying seniority. The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History confirms “Throughout American history, millions of people around the world have left their homelands for a chance to start a new life in this country—and they continue to come here to this day” (History Times: A Nation of Immigrants). Precisely, for this reason, American history has lived permanently mired in endless debate over immigration environment. The discussion of assimilation, integration or multiculturalism is particularly strong within American society. The United States is a nation of immigrants. Each day there are more those who come to this country chasing a dream, seeking a better life, or family reunification. Many of these immigrants come and settle in illegal ways. This immigration status forces immigrants to work low-wage jobs. They cannot have a social security number, health insurance, or a driver’s license, and they do not have access to education beyond grade twelve. In United States schools, students do not need to confirm their migration status from kindergarten to grade twelve. Undocumented students can access free education until they finish high school. The Supreme Court stated that all students, despite their immigration status, are ensured a K-12 education. However, the Court's choice did not stretch out to advanced education. If they want to continue their education and access college it is almost impossible. In his book “Removing Barriers to Higher Education for Undocumented Students” Senior policy Analyst Zenen Jaimes Perez points out “Each year, millions of students graduate from American high schools. Counted among that throng (…) are about 65,000 undocumented students (…) their path to higher education remains difficult at best and that few of them actually complete a postsecondary education” (1). Undocumented students should be allowed to access college to continue their higher education, which will represent a gain for them and for the country as well because they represent potential employees, future professionals, middle-class consumers, and taxpayers who can grow our economy. Undocumented students in the United States were not conceived in this country, but these youngsters have, generally, experienced their childhood in America. “Often immigrant adults move to the United States with children, who also assume undocumented status” (Gildersleeve, Rumann, and Modragon 6). They received a primary and secondary education here. A lot of them were not aware of their immigration status until adolescence. In her essay “Walking across the Stage” Veronica Valdez a Mexican undocumented student states, “I was unaware of my immigration status until I was fifteen (…) from that point on my view of what my life would be like completely changed” (231). It is a contradiction that a great number of undocumented students have the scholarly readiness to seek after a postsecondary education, however their financial and social portability is seriously limited by their undocumented status. Some states in America admit undocumented students to enter college, but they cannot receive financial aid, grants, or scholarships. The Federal Student Aid department declares “Undocumented students, including DACA students and…
9th Annual REAL Jobs Day
Careers in Commercial Real Estate for Women
Table of Contents
A. WHAT IS COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE?
The term real estate encompasses land (including the air above and the ground below) along with anything permanently affixed to the land, such as buildings and structures (specifically property that is stationary or fixed in a location).
The Commercial Real Estate Industry is an industry made…
This computer system holds all humans under control in a virtual world. A virtual world is a computer based simulated world. Reality is a thing that is actually experienced or seen. Therefore whatever is actually seen or experienced by one’s self is real. An experience is something that you can feel, touch, see, smell or hear. It is sometimes said after a person has had a severe head trauma that the person is no longer in tact with reality; but really, people say that because person A, B and C’s reality…
The Brazilian REAL and The Chinese RMB
All countries’ currencies in the world are unique. Distinctly, the currencies are different from one another in shape, size, color, symbols, and security. Many people may think that the Brazilian REAL and the Chinese RMB completely have nothing in common, because Brazil and China are in different hemispheres. On the contrary, the Brazilian REAL and the Chinese RMB not only have some differences, but also share many surprising similarities.
Shearin Group: Global
Investors Looking for Real Estate
Bargains Flock to Spain
As one of the most moribund housing markets in Europe, Spain has
become a magnet for global bargain hunters. Real estate prices are down as
much as 50 percent from their peak during a housing bubble, and investors
from Asia to the United States and Britain are flocking to Spain to try to
catch the uptick.
British Airways flights to Madrid are packed with London-based real estate
executives. The hedge fund Baupost…
2 February 2011
Real Pro Wrestling
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience of The professional sports league called Real Pro Wrestling.
Central Idea: Real Pro Wrestling was a professional sports league that differed from modern professional wrestling. Important factors include how the league started, who watches it, who competes in it, and where it is today.
What do you think of when somebody mentions, “professional wrestling”? Most likely you…
What is really Business Ethics? How does it relate with Real Estate?
As adults we go thru life with our values and take them to the company we work for. At work we incorporate our values and rules, weather is right or wrong, and we find how to use them for our self-interest.
Ethics is all about making choices that may not always feels good but is the right decision that makes us feel good in the long term and makes us a better person. Business ethics…
which holds all the life forms we know of. In the matrix, the people are alive only in a computer program while the real world rots from within. How are we to know that the world which we live in is the real world? The underlying question here is what is real, which I am going to discuss in the paragraphs below.
[C1]A materialist would argue that the universe is physical and therefore real.[P1] The problem of evil states that if god existed, he would not allow such disasters and destruction to be caused…
data warehousing and real-time data warehousing as well as the benefits of each one.
A data warehouse is a subject-oriented, integrated, time-variant collection of data in support of management's decision making process. It can be used to analyze a particular subject area and integrates data from multiple data sources. In essence it is a copy of transaction data specifically structured for query and analysis. Continental Airlines was able use real-time data warehousing…
then for IS curve I, real
GDP equals 8,800 − 25(4) − 25(4) − 25(4) − 25(4) − 20(4) − 20(4) − 20(4) − 15(4) − 15(4) −
10(4) = 8,000. For IS curve II, real GDP equals 8,400 − 5(4) − 5(4) − 5(4) − 5(4) − 10(4) −
15(4) − 15(4) − 15(4) − 20(4) = 8,000.
(b) For IS curve I, real GDP in the first quarter equals 8,800 − 25(3) − 25(4) − 25(4) − 25(4) −
20(4) − 20(4) − 20(4) − 15(4) − 15(4) − 10(4) = 8,025. Using the same IS curve, it is easy to
show that for quarters two through ten, real GDP equals 8,050, 8…
Distributed operating System
Distributed systems use multiple central processors to serve multiple real time application and multiple users. Data
Distributed systems use multiple central processors to serve multiple real time application and multiple users. Data processing jobs are distributed among the processors accordingly to which one can perform each job most efficiently. The processors communicate with one another through various communication lines (such as high-speed buses or telephone lines).…