Fort Worth trustees voted Tuesday on a resolution that declares the district “welcoming and safe” for all students, regardless of their immigration status.
Fort Worth trustees voted Tuesday on a resolution that declares the district “welcoming and safe” for all students, regardless of their immigration status. Eric Gay AP
Fort Worth trustees voted Tuesday on a resolution that declares the district “welcoming and safe” for all students, regardless of their immigration status. Eric Gay AP

Fort Worth trustees pass resolution declaring schools ‘welcoming and safe’ to all

February 28, 2017 9:11 PM

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