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10/21/10 - Immigrant families o Children in immigrant families By the year 2000, 20% of children were from immigrant families Generational status: 1 st generation: child is immigrant 2 nd generation: child born in US but mom/dad is immigrant 3 rd generation: child born here and mom/dad but grandparents were born outside of the US o Strengths of immigrant families Two parent families are prevalent Children w/ 2 parents have greater educational success Many children have siblings Can serve as childcare providers, source of support Children often live w/ other relatives or non relatives Can provide childcare, support, economic resources Immigrant families have strong commitment to work Better economic resources o Educational and economic challenges Parents have limited education Children complete less school, parents not able to negotiate school system Parents not working full time year round Especially moms b/c of child care responsibilities
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course ED PSYCH 321 taught by Professor Amybellmore during the Fall '10 term at University of Wisconsin.

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