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A CA Reader Wonders Why The DREAMers Don`t Go Home To Mexico—Where College Is Free
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February 23, 2010, 04:00 AM
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02/22/10 - A Buenos Aires Native Wonders What Would Happen If Argentina Were Our Southern Neighbor

From: Deborah (e-mail her)

Re: Today`s Letter: A NJ Reader Says The DREAM Is Over In Her State

In Mexico, college is free.

Not only is it free but the government helps support the student`s family while he`s in college. In other words, the student doesn`t have to work.

According to a news story:

" (Vicente) Fox said the Mexican government has been working on legislation and reforms to have its citizens stay in the country. He cited recent bills that allowed for $1 million worth of scholarships to be handed out to deserving students.

"Even though Mexican universities are free, the money allows students` families to survive financially while they are at school studying. Fox said the initiative would keep Mexico`s brightest in the country.`` [Fox addresses immigration, drug trade, SMU Daily Campus, February 28, 2007]

Mexico keeps the brightest. The rest it sends to the United States!