Migrant school keeps dreams alive
Published 08/09/2009, The Forum
For close to 11 hours a day, Beto and Ludivina Guerra’s four daughters cull weeds on a soybean farm near Comstock, Minn. Once at home, the three eldest take baths and head to Moorhead’s Red River Area Learning Center, where they settle down for three hours of classes.Word count: 780
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