The dropout rate for children in migrant worker housing ranges up to 90 percent, due in part to an obscure rule that uproots families during the school year. Shown here, children at Yolo County’s Madison Migrant Center.
The dropout rate for children in migrant worker housing ranges up to 90 percent, due in part to an obscure rule that uproots families during the school year. Shown here, children at Yolo County’s Madison Migrant Center. Sara A. Fajardo Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
The dropout rate for children in migrant worker housing ranges up to 90 percent, due in part to an obscure rule that uproots families during the school year. Shown here, children at Yolo County’s Madison Migrant Center. Sara A. Fajardo Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

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With the best of intentions, a California rule leads to dropouts and splits families

July 16, 2017 6:00 AM

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