U.S. Border Schools Get Tough on Mexican Students

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The school district in Calexico, Calif., has hired a photographer to stand at the border crossing to take pictures of children as they enter the U.S. It is also requiring that parents provide proof of U.S. residency in order for their kids to attend its overcrowded schools.

Ana Tintocalis of member station KPBS reports.



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