The School I Deserve: Six Young Refugees and Their Fight for Equality in America
Keywords:Refugees, Education, School, America, Public School
The School I Deserve: Six Young Refugees and Their Fight for Equality in America (ISBN-10: 0807024988) was written by Jo Napolitano who dedicated it to all the children from foreign lands who call America home. The publication was published in 2021 by Beacon Press. It is about a sensitive issue, supported by evidence, instances and names. It centres on the struggles of six refugee students in District Lankestire, trying to receive regular education who indisputably represent the rest of the refugee aspirants across the country. The School I Deserve is a sharp critique of the American refugee policies in general and education measures in particular regarding two schools McCaskey and alternate school, Phoenix. It explains the vital connection between education and migration. Though the book largely whirls around the lives of Khadidja and Mahamed, other refugee aspirants seek justice and play a significant role in the proceedings of the lawsuit.
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