L.A. teacher on DACA: ‘I will go to jail’ before giving out student information
Some kids came to school on Tuesday with questions about their future in the U.S., in light of President Trump’s decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
At Thomas Jefferson High School in South L.A., social studies teacher David Wiltz told his class, which includes English learners and special education students, that he would do whatever was in his power to protect them.
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