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Miles Elly M., Dmitrieva Julia, Hurwich-Reiss Eliana, Badanes Lisa S., Mendoza Marina M., Perreira Krista Marlyn, Watamura Sarah, Q3 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The "Latino Health Paradox" denotes a well-established trend wherein foreign-born Latino immigrants arrive with protective health benefits which dissipate and sometimes reverse into health disparities in the second and subsequent generations. The…
Lee RaeHyuck, Han Wen-Jui, Waldfogel Jane, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, June, 2018
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
We examined the associations between preschool attendance and academic school readiness at kindergarten entry among 5-year-old children of immigrant mothers in the United States using data from a US nationally representative sample (Early Childhood…
Johnson Anna D., Han Wen-Jui, Ruhm Christopher J., Waldfogel Jane, November/December 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study is the first to test whether receipt of a federal child care subsidy is associated with children of immigrants' school readiness skills. Using nationally representative data (n [is approximately equal to] 2,900), this study estimates the…
Lara-Cinisomo Sandraluz, Thomas Audrey A., October, 2007
Reports & Papers
A study of the relationship of mothers' acculturation to the acculturation of their children, based on in-depth, semi-structured interviews with Latina mothers whose children attend preschool