The truth in 1982 the Supreme Court ruled that illegal immigrant children are entitled to the same education benefits available to U.S. citizens. An estimated 1.1 million public school students are illegal immigrants, according to the Urban Institute.
“Because these students require more services than the children of natives, they will naturally receive an even larger share of educational spending. It is not unreasonable to attribute 25 percent of all pre-K to 12 spending to the 19 percent of students who are immigrants or the children of immigrants.”
SEE: Department of Education - Immigration Fiscal Impact Statement
Aside from the above, let us look at some of the effects of this ongoing invasion in just one county in California including the cost