Immigration, Schools, and the Family
This chapter examines the obstacles to the academic performance of immigrant students. It treats the family as the center of immigration; reveals just how dislocating immigration becomes to its form and coherence; shows how school policies and practices undermine the immigrant family in unanticipated ways; and clarifies how the family elements of the immigration experience intersect negatively with the structure of the educational system.
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