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Immigrants' Status in Their Home Country Strongly Related to the Educational Success ...
(Immigrants' Status in Their Home Country Strongly Related to the Educational Success of their Children in the US)
In seeking to explain why some second-generation children in the United States have higher levels of educational attainment than others, most arguments center on either cultural values or structural differences, such as class background and access to quality schools. Cynthia Feliciano of the University of California, Irvine shows that parents' status, relative to nonmigrants from their home country, is a factor. (PRWEB May 20, 2006)
21:24:02 May 27, 2006, Saturday (PDT) Source: PRWeb: Government Education

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