The Los Angeles Unified School District board has made its position regarding immigration enforcement clear, namely with a resolution passed last year asserting that any LAUSD site or school is a “safe place” for students and their families facing immigration enforcement.
On Tuesday, the board will consider a proposal to reaffirm that stance and take more steps regarding immigration enforcement, including not asking about a student’s immigration status.
The school district’s position that all LAUSD sites are safe places for district staff, students and their families to get information and help “if faced with fear and anxiety about immigration enforcement.”
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