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The Massive Immigration Wave Hitting America’s Classrooms

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STOUGHTON, Mass.—Eighth-grader Sandla Desir spoke softly in a classroom recently while reading the Dr. Seuss book, “One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish,” aloud in accented English.

The book isn’t typical material for a 13-year-old. But when Sandla started at O’Donnell Middle School in September, the native Haitian Creole speaker could barely read. Her fluency is remarkable,” said Amy Quealy, who directs English Language Education for the school district in Stoughton, Mass., a suburb south of Boston. Sandals progress illustrates the mix of triumphs and challenges for an influx of young migrants around the country that is unprecedented in recent history.

Millions of migrants, most seeking asylum, have crossed the border in recent years and have been allowed to settle in the U.S. until a federal immigration judge decides their fate, a process that can take years. Among the record numbers, federal data suggest, are as many as one million children who have arrived with their families or on their own since 2021….


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