Overall, the agency lost immediate contact with a third of migrant children. Sponsors are required to send migrant children to school, and some students juggle classes and heavy workloads. behaves as if the migrant children who melt unseen into the country are doing just fine. But these jobs — which are grueling and poorly paid, and thus chronically short-staffed — are exactly where many migrant children are ending up. The post Alone and Exploited, Migrant Children Work Brutal Jobs Across the U.S. appeared first on New York Times.