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Title of Product
Preparing the Children of Immigrants for Early Academic Success
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Name of Author(s)
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Migration Policy Institute
Date of Production
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Language of the product
Type of product
Online Publication
Thematic Area
Integration of immigrants students
Target Group
Headmasters, Teachers, Parents
Description of Contents
This paper mainly touch on three types of interventions which might reduce disparities between the children who were born in the United States, and their counterparts; expanded Access to initial childhood education, policies which have the capacity of improving the children’s physical health,, and efforts that are paid to forge family-school partnerships. These interventions, if combined, reflect how early learning patterns emerge from the intersection of multiple developmental processes.
The three options figured out in this report are all fields of important current national, state, and local policy activity. The paper has also importance in suggesting some hints to put an end to this problem, for example, it says Maintaining and improving investments during the critical phases of early childhood will be the key to promoting their future academic achievement and productivity as adults ibn the workforce.

20 December 2014

Final Partners’ meeting

The fourth partners’ meeting took place in Florence (IT) on 15 December 2014. The meeting had the objective to check the activities carried out since the third meeting of the project and share and assess the in progress results. A special focus has been dedicated to the presentation of the strategies to solve the case scenarios.