Pathways to Opportunities: Promising Practices for Immigrant Children, Youth & Their Families
Authors: Carola Suárez-Orozco, Ph.D., Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, Ph.D., & Robert Teranishi, Ph.D.
In this report, we consider promising practices for addressing the challenge of integrating immigrant children, youth, and their families into their new societies. Mass migration is touching every corner of the earth. For some countries, the story of immigration is as old as their founding; for others, the experience of receiving large numbers of foreigners is entirely novel. Immigrant populations vary dramatically across countries in their number and proportion and in their geographical, national, ethnic, religious, and linguistic origins. At the same time, there is a convergence of experience among various nation-states, as the steady flow of migrants across borders and into the institutional and social structures of society demands a public response.
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