Immigrant Children Fallling Behind: Implications and Policy Prescription

April 21, 2011

Nearly
a quarter of U.S. schoolchildren are immigrants or the children of immigrants.
A substantial percentage of these children, especially those from Latin
America, are falling behind in school and face a bleak economic future. On
April 20, The Future of Children, a joint project of Princeton University and
the Brookings Institution, released its latest journal issue, devoted entirely
to the status and well-being of immigrant children.  Read more about the event in the link below, and check out this video from the event:


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