It also examines the effects of changing education for children who attended school in the United States before deportation and are now adapting to a new education system in Mexico. In one study, when repatriated children were asked how their worldview changed upon their return to Mexico, they spoke of three main areas: „Identity change, language learning and loss designated across borders.“  The most common point raised with respect to changing school time is the difficulty of adapting to a system where they are unfamiliar, in a designated language that they may have lost, and where there is only minimal continuity in teaching methodology. This study suggests that while the United States has a long history of teaching immigrant students, as well as proven and tested assimilation programs to help foreign children in the United States. Border schools, Mexican systems not, making change almost impossible for new expelled students.  While the Mexican secretariat has sworn to the public to change the legislation in this area, bilingual education is still provided only in expensive private schools.  His attitude has led to frequent unions with Democrats in Congress, with particular hot spots such as the conditions of detention of migrants and funding for the long-promised presidential wall. According to the La Paz Agreement, the official „border area“ covers 100 kilometers (62 miles) „on either side of the internal and maritime borders“ from the Gulf of Mexico westward to the Pacific Ocean. There is also a 100-mile border area. The novelty this time will be the intervention of the recently created Mexican National Guard on the southern border of the country. The new force, composed of Mexico`s Federal Police as well as members of the military and naval police, was created to support the country`s efforts to combat record violence. As part of its engagement with the United States, the Mexican government announced that it would send 6,000 members of the new force to Mexico`s southern border region, meaning 10 percent of the existing members would help enforce immigration.
Perhaps the clearest indication that both sides acknowledge that the agreement may prove insufficient is in a section of Friday`s agreement entitled „Other measures.“ President Bush and President Fox President Bush and President Fox announced a 22-point agreement to build a smart border between the United States and Mexico for the twenty-first century. Import into Mexico from the United States requires, among other things, proof within the last 45 days of EIA freedom.  Instead of deepening engagement in Central America or supporting civil society organizations and government reformers who have worked to strengthen the rule of law in the region, the Trump administration recently cut more than $450 million in U.S. aid to Central America and cut programs to make the region safer and more prosperous. According to Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, the two governments will assess the impact of the June 7 agreement in 45 days and renegotiate if migration flows have not been reduced. . . .