Alex Rodriguez dials an unfamiliar number on his cell phone.
“Yes?,” a voice on the other end answers. On speakerphone, the phone booms inside Rodriguez’s parked silver Ford Escape.
“This is Alex,” Rodriguez says. “I’m on the way to your home so that I can complete the enrollment for the kids.”
An estimated 3 million migrant workers travel the nation each year, following work. Depending on the season, Indiana farms employ between 2,000 and 20,000. And like anyone in the nation under 22, migrant workers and children are entitled by law to an education.