Report on Educational Access in Kentucky for Undocumented Immigrants

The HRAP Education Access project seeks to explore constitutional issues at work in the Kentucky public education system. The Education Access project uses a computer survey to measure compliance with federal enrollment requirements within the state’s public schools with the highest proportion of foreign born students.

Requiring students to produce unnecessary enrollment documents creates a chilling effect on the right to public education. By monitoring levels of compliance, HRAP hopes to shed light on the burdens foreign-born children face when they enroll in Kentucky public schools and promote a culture of compliance. 

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