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Early education programs and children of immigrants : learning each other's language

Author: Hannah Matthews; Danielle Ewen
Publisher: [Washington, DC] : Urban Institute, 2010.
Edition/Format:   eBook : English
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Children from immigrant families are the fastest growing group of children in the United States. High-quality child care and early education opportunities will be critical to these children's success in school and in life. Yet, the early experiences of children in immigrant families are as diverse and varied as immigrant families themselves. While many immigrant families face numerous barriers to accessing  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hannah Matthews; Danielle Ewen
OCLC Number: 662517855
Notes: "This paper was prepared for the Young Children in Immigrant Families and the Path to Educational Success roundtable meeting at the Urban Institute, June 28, 2010."
Title from title screen (viewed on Sept. 7, 2010).
Description: 19 p. : ill. (digital, PDF file)
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.; System requirements: Adobe Reader.
Responsibility: Hannah Matthews and Danielle Ewen.

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Children from immigrant families are the fastest growing group of children in the United States. High-quality child care and early education opportunities will be critical to these children's success in school and in life. Yet, the early experiences of children in immigrant families are as diverse and varied as immigrant families themselves. While many immigrant families face numerous barriers to accessing high-quality child care and early education for their young children, these barriers are not insurmountable. The paper discusses state and local solutions to improving access for immigrant families and specific strategies and collaborations among providers, policymakers, and immigrant-serving organizations.

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