Schools’ resources important for helping children of immigrant families succeed in the classroom

PHYSORG.COM–Children of immigrants who enter school with low math and reading skills have a better chance of catching up with their peers if they attend a school with high-performing students, well-supported teachers and services to families of English as a second language (ESL) children, according to a new study. full story
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