Meeting the Needs of Kids in the U.S. Who Fled Violence in Central America

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Youth cited violence as the primary reason for leaving Central America, according to a researcher who interviewed Salvadoran kids who had come to the United States and been deported.

A network of services is vital to meet needs of growing numbers of kids fleeing violence: academic support, legal representation and after-school enrichment . . .

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