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They Follow the Crops and Find a School

Author: Shotwell, L.R.
Date Published: 1960

In 1960, there were about 20, 000 migrant farmworkers coming into New York state to pick beans along with other crops. Their children often had little to no chance of attending school. This article is the story of a program in the education of migrant school-aged children.

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Number of Pages: 5