Dallas Will Foot the Bill for Undocumented Immigrants' Attorneys
The Sixth Amendment does not guarantee representation in immigration court, so immigrants facing deportation rarely have lawyers.
Can 'Work Colleges' in Cities Become a Low-Cost, High-Value Model for the Future?
Paul Quinn College in Dallas became the nation's first urban work college. Now it's expanding to a second campus and creating a consortium of other urban colleges that may join the work college movement.
Are the Feds Finally Doing Something About Housing Discrimination?
After decades of inaction, the Department of Housing and Urban Development has begun to move against two localities for allegedly violating the Fair Housing Act.
The Strange and Possibly Illegal World of Truancy Court
Students are handcuffed, and often jailed. Fines can reach into the thousands of dollars. Accused students and their families are never provided with legal counsel. That, according to a complaint seeking federal intervention.