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Children of U.S. Immigrants May Have Academic Advantage

Their mental health is similar to children of native-born Americans, study also finds. Children of immigrants have advantages in academics and school participation, which could help them move toward adulthood more easily than children of people born in the United States, a new study finds. continue reading »

Teachers’ Embrace of Diversity Key to Latino Immigrant Academic Success

Teachers and schools which value diversity have a big impact on the academic experiences of Latino immigrant children living in predominantly white communities. continue reading »

Children of U.S. Immigrants May Have Academic Edge

Their mental health is similar to children of native-born Americans, study also finds. Children of immigrants have advantages in academics and school participation, which could help them move toward adulthood more easily than children of people born in the United States, a new study finds. continue reading »

Latino Immigrant Children More Likely to Go Hungry

Nearly one in five children in the United States lives in a family that struggles to put food on the table, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. continue reading »

After the Border: What Happens to Children Deported Alone?

In 2008, a Mexican Congress-issued report claimed that U.S. authorities had deported more than 90,000 children, but over 13,000 of those kids were never reunited with their families. continue reading »