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Former Harrison Supt. Miles offers Dallas schools for immigrant kids at border

Published: July 10, 2014, 11:01 am, by Carol McGraw

Mikes Miles, former Harrison School District 2 superintendent, w ho now  has that post with Dallas Independent School District, has offered three empty schools to be used to help house the many  immigrant kids stranded as the Texas-Mexico border.

Authorities have checked out the schools. Miles said that they would be willing to also educate the children, according to MSNBC and the Dallas Morning News.

Some Dallas County  officials  and charitable groups have said  they  want to  help the children, according to news reports.