|Undocumented Student Statistics||Data|
|Number of undocumented youth under age 18 living in the US||1.8 million|
|Number of undocumented students that graduate from US high schools each year||65,000|
|Percent of undocumented graduates that live in California||40 %|
|Percent of undocumented high school graduates that go on to college||7.5 %|
|Percent of undocumented students who live below the federal poverty line||40 %|
|Undocumented Student Enrollment in California Colleges||Percent of Enrolled|
|Universities of California||0.18 %|
|California State Universities||0.83 %|
|Community Colleges||1.17 %|
|Dream Act Public Opinion||Percent|
|The DREAM Act would extend conditional legal status to undocumented youth who meet the following criteria:
– Entered the United States before age 16
– Have been continuously present in the United States for at least five years prior to the legislation’s enactment
– Have obtained a high school diploma or its equivalent (i.e., a General Education Development diploma or GED)
– Are less than 35 years of age.
|Percent who strongly favor the dream act||51 %|
|Percent who not so strongly favor||18 %|
|Percent who not so stronngly oppose||6 %|
|Percent who strongly oppose||19 %|
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