Migrants and refugees : equitable education for displaced populations /

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Other Authors: Brown, Elinor L., (Editor), Krŭsteva, Anna, (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2013]
Series:International advances in education: global initiatives for equity and social justice.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Integrating the most vulnerable: educating refugee children in the European Union /
  • Anna Krasteva
  • Educational challenges raised by refugee and asylum-seeking children and other newcomers: the Dutch response
  • Educating the children of undocumented immigrant parents: the impact of trauma on citizen children's development in the U.S.
  • Educational integration of asylum-seeking and refugee children in Sweden
  • Schooling on the move: refugee and asylum seeking children in the public school system of Bulgaria
  • How the school culture of harmony promotes educational equity for disenfranchised migrant children: an "invisible population" in China
  • A humanistic pedagogy: rethinking education for migrant and refugee students in Israel
  • Problems and possibilities: equitable education for Australian refugee and immigrant youth and their families
  • Welcoming and engaging Latino/a immigrant families: improving student success
  • Hong Kong's ethnic and linguistic minority immigrant students: an evaluation of educational support measures
  • Fostering African immigrant studetns' social and civic integration: unpacking their ethnic distinctiveness
  • "I want dual": transnational identity among Filipino immigrant youth
  • Caribbean immigrant students: funds of knowledge and possibilities for successful academic performance
  • Influence of trauma and status on the education and wellbeing of undocumented Mexican youth in the U.S.
  • Community service learning track in community development and organization in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
  • Hear our voices! Youth and community leaders creating new paradigms for social change in their schools and neighborhoods.