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How Ending DACA Could Intensify U.S. Teacher Shortages

‘Today, I can continue teaching. Tomorrow, who knows.’ — Here’s how ending DACA could massively exacerbate the teacher shortage in the U.S. In US news and current events today, Fernando Baquera Ochoa is taking classes to become a certified teacher. He's wanted to be a teacher since middle school. He and his family arrived to the U.S. from Mexico when he was just 3 years old. America is the only home he's ever truly known. As an immigrant student her experienced the unique challenges of trying to fit in — he wants to help change that for other immigrant kids. Fernando Baquera Ochoa is a DACA recipient, which allows him to work legally in the U.S. This gives him the ability to work with newcomer students who are adjusting to their new life in Oklahoma City. Learn how the end of DACA could intensify u.s. teacher shortages and leave devastating effects on America's education. For more on immigration issues and world news, subscribe to NowThis News. #DACA #Education #News #NowThis #NowThisNews

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