A group of faculty members from the University of Georgia voted overwhelmingly in favor of opposing a State policy which bans undocumented students from attending state schools under certain conditions last Thursday, the Athens Banner-Herald reported. Last year, the State of Georgia passed a policy which bans undocumented students from attending state university if it means they would be taking spots away from students living in the state legally, the AP reported. It’s a departure from Georgia lawmakers’ earlier plan of action, which called for banning all admitted undocumented students from attending state schools. An increasing number of colleges and universities have taken a formal stance on undocumented students. Days before the University of Georgia vote was announced, a college thousands of miles away took an official stance on undocumented students by posting a brief announcement on its website…

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