Is part of the Alabama's immigration law in conflict with a Supreme Court ruling?

1982, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Plyler vs. Doe [457 U.S. 202 (1982)] that undocumented children and young adults have the same right to attend public primary and secondary schools as do U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Like other children, undocumented students are required under state laws to attend school until they reach a legally mandated age.

As a result of the Plyler ruling, public schools may not:

* deny admission to a student during initial enrollment or at any other time on the basis of undocumented status;

* treat a student differently to determine residency;

* engage in any practices to child the right of access to school;

* require students or parents to disclose or document their immigration status;

* make inquiries of students or parents that may expose their undocumented status; or

* require social security numbers from all students, as this may expose undocumented status.


@huh, you know back in last century, there were people who did not like the ruling that white schools could not deny black children attendance and today blacks and whites are acceptable with each other

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  • Huh?
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    10 years ago
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    When a court rules against a conservative principal or dogma it was because of liberal activist judges and should be ignored, anyone trying to enforce the ruling should be impeached, deported or charged with treason.

    When a judge rules in favor of a conservative principal or dogma it only proves that the ruling is as the founding father would have intended.

    The court's authority ONLY counts when they agree with the conservatives, haven't you figured that out yet? .

  • 4 years ago

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