With controversies swirling around the DC Public Schools system, including Chancellor Antwan Wilson's daughter being able to bypass the lottery system to transfer schools, what is next for education in the District?
Last week, immigration officials deported a mother of two from Falls Church, Va., despite efforts from Governor Terry McAuliffe, who said she did not present a public safety threat. In Sterling, Va., police arrested a 22-year-old undocumented resident for the murder of a Muslim teenager, Nabra Hassanen. Kojo checks in with the region’s immigrant community in the aftermath of these two events, and explores what part immigration status plays, if any, in the conversation about the tragic death of Hassanen.
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