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Posts tagged with ‘immigration’

  • To test or not to test?

    By Sheila Kennedy on January 21, 2015
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    I used to introduce my undergraduate Law and Public Policy class by administering a test–20 questions drawn from the citizenship test immigrants have to pass in order to become U.S. citizens. I stopped because it was too depressing. Foreign students regularly passed the test; native-born students just as routinely failed it. So I’ve been intrigued by the recent effort to […]
  • Do Our Children Know How to be Citizens?

    By admin on July 26, 2013
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    I was moved reading about the US naturalization ceremony that took place on July 3rd in Indianapolis along with hundreds of other similar cermonies around the country. All naturalized citizens, among many other hurdles, must pass an oral exam on history, civics and geography.[1] The toils that so many of our friends and neighbors go through to become citizens is laudable and humbling. It […]