The latest news on DREAM Act
The nation’s graduation rate climbed to 78 percent, but is lower among minority groups.
Nearly 368,000 undocumented high school students and graduates have applied for deferred action.
President Obama's executive powers give him the ability to advance his agenda without the approval of Congress.
Educators can direct students to reliable information, but should refrain from giving legal advice.
Senators in Latino-heavy swing states want Democrats to officially include the DREAM Act on the party platform.
The Republican Senator says his party must stop alienating Latinos.
Granting deportation stays also encourages more illegal immigration.
The government should focus on deporting criminals, not students who want to work.
Some unusual names are among the groups who lobbied for the DREAM Act.
Obama was threatened by Sen. Marco Rubio's bipartisan reform, so he undermined it.