Well I guess the school funding crisis is over. This article in Education Week advises that there is now enough money to seek out and assist illegal aliens
Helping Mexican immigrant families in such a manner is commonplace for the 15 home- school consultants in Oregon’s 19,000-student Hillsboro school district. Employed by the district’s federally financed migrant program, they see it as their job to help families meet basic needs so immigrant children are more likely to attend school. Many of the families that the consultants work with are living in the United States illegally and, therefore, don’t qualify for government-sponsored social services. So the consultants link them up with local churches or community groups that run employment programs or provide free meals.