Annotated Bibliography: DREAM Act

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Ana Rojas Dr. Merz English 1A 21 April 2015 Annotated Bibliography: DREAM Act Kim, Caleb. "Lost American DREAM of Undocumented Students: Understanding the DREAM (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) Act." Children & Schools 35.1 (2013): 55. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 16 Apr. 2015. In Caleb Kim’s article, “Lost American DREAM of Undocumented Students: Understanding the DREAM (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) Act,” (2013) he illuminates to the audience on the facts of the DREAM Act so that they can work hand in hand to help undocumented students. Caleb starts his article by providing some facts on undocumented students and further explains what the requirements are on the DREAM Act for these students which then…show more content…
Jara. Center for American Progress. The Economic Benefits of Passing the DREAM Act. Washington: Partnership for a New American Economy, 2012. PDF File. In the PDF File report by Juan Carlos Guzman and Raul C. Jara, The Economic Benefits of Passing the DREAM Act, (2012) they predict what the economic benefits will be if the DREAM Act is passed so that it gives Americans a better understanding the good it can do to the economy. The authors introduce and summarize what the current economic situation is and how the DREAM Act can benefit America, which then leads to predictions of future gaining and education of the economy by the Dreamer’s (undocumented youth) and the many effects of the U.S economy. Juan and Raul’s purpose of their analysis on the economic benefits of the DREAM Act is to inform America of it in order for them to really think about their choice of persisting immigration policies or help the nation economically. I went online to where I found and chose the PDF File report because this article mainly focuses on only the economic benefits the DREAM Act will have on the U.S and I can use that information as a paragraph in my essay…show more content…
has presented to the country to benefit undocumented students, which is the DREAM Act (2011) that can brighten their perspectives. The author states what the qualifications are for the DREAM Act and that a lot are qualified for it, which now they must get the word out and advocate the DREAM Act so Congress can pass the bill and open a pathway for the many undocumented students/immigrants. The author is hoping if the DREAM Act is the new hot topic in the U.S it can inspire and change many state’s minds to consider undocumented students to pay in-state tuition in order to see change in education. I came across this article on and I chose it because it’s an article from 2012 which was one year before the DREAM Act was introduced so it’s valuable information for my essay because that’s where history first started on the controversy of the DREAM

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