Young illegals are eligible for public education. Elementary and secondary education is courtesy of our U.S. Supreme Court, Plyler v. Doe, 457 U.S. 202 (1982). It is no more "free" for them than for citizens, since illegals also pay state income taxes (deducted from paychecks), state sales taxes (whenever they buy something), and property taxes (through rent). Renters pay higher property taxes than homeowners, because their landlords receive no "homestead credit" Welfare. Education.
Young unauthorized immigrants receive "free" K-12 education, demanded, not by citizens or politicians, but by our unelected Supreme Court in Plyler v. Doe, 457 U.S. 202 (1982). Some individual college adminstrators will admit them to state colleges -- though not for free, even though admitting them is against the law. K-12 education isn't free, of course; and all illegals contribute to it, through sales, income, and property taxes, just like the rest of us. And no immigration law change can make them any more eligible for education than they are now.
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