A fifth grade student shows his geometry work to a teacher at Columbus Elementary School, in Columbus, New Mexico, Friday, March 31, 2017. American kids living in Mexico make up about 60 percent of Columbus Elementary’s student body. Many are the children of parents who were deported and moved here to be able to send their kids to school in the United States.
A fifth grade student shows his geometry work to a teacher at Columbus Elementary School, in Columbus, New Mexico, Friday, March 31, 2017. American kids living in Mexico make up about 60 percent of Columbus Elementary’s student body. Many are the children of parents who were deported and moved here to be able to send their kids to school in the United States. Rodrigo Abd AP
A fifth grade student shows his geometry work to a teacher at Columbus Elementary School, in Columbus, New Mexico, Friday, March 31, 2017. American kids living in Mexico make up about 60 percent of Columbus Elementary’s student body. Many are the children of parents who were deported and moved here to be able to send their kids to school in the United States. Rodrigo Abd AP

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