For Undocumented Students, Coronavirus Pandemic Brings Learning Disruptions — and Economic Panic — With Few Avenues for Help

By Mark Keierleber

An undocumented Honduran immigrant reads her Bible during self-quarantine with her family on March 30, in Mineola, New York. (John Moore/Getty Images)

iriam hopes to attend college and become an elementary school teacher. But right now, she’s worried that she won’t graduate from high school.



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