I’ve been sharing articles describing the direct impact the repeal of Obamacare could have on our students, their families and our schools.

I thought it would be useful to bring them all together in one “Best” list.

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Here are the links I have so far:

GOP health bill would hit children hard, study says is from Georgia Health News (h/t Shanna Peoples)

Statistic Of The Day: How Will Plan To Replace Obamacare Affect Students?

“Kids who get health insurance are more likely to finish high school and college”

Last year, I published this post: Great News For California Students – Undocumented Children Become Eligible For Free Medical Insurance In May. Now, I need to share a link to this news report: California’s undocumented kids could be first to lose medical care under Trump

New PBS News Hour Video: “Why schools are worried about Medicaid cuts hurting special education”

Schools brace for impact if Congress cuts Medicaid spending is from the Associated Press.

A Little-Noticed Target in the House Health Bill: Special Education is from The New York Times.

GOP Health Care Proposals: What Educators Should Know is from Ed Week.

GOP health-care bill could cut funds schools use to help special-ed students is from The Washington Post.

Medicaid’s vital role for children in Trump country is from The L.A. Times.

How health care bill could hurt a program beloved in Trump country is from Politico.