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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…
Walker Allison, Malin Jenessa L., January, 2020
Reports & Papers

This brief describes the social and emotional skills of children served by Migrant and Seasonal Head Start (MSHS) programs (see Box 1). This brief uses data from the MSHS Study 2017 (see Box 2) to examine the following questions: - Are MSHS…

Walker Allison, October, 2019
Other
The following slides present selected descriptive findings from the MSHS Study 2017. See the MSHS Study 2017: Data Tables for additional information about the study, including information on its background, methodology, measures and detailed…
Stephens Samuel A., September, 2017
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This Research-to-Policy Resource List focuses on resources in the Research Connections collection published in 2010 or later that focus on access to early care and education for children in immigrant families. The resources on this list are…
Capps Randy, Koball Heather, Campetella Andrea, Perreira Krista Marlyn, Hooker Sarah, Pedroza Juan M., September, 2015
Literature Review
This report reviews the literature on the impacts of parental deportation on children, and on their needs for health and social services. (author abstract)
Capps Randy, Koball Heather, Campetella Andrea, Perreira Krista Marlyn, Hooker Sarah, Pedroza Juan M., September, 2015
Executive Summary
This report reviews the literature on the impacts of parental deportation on children, and on their needs for health and social services. (author abstract)
Caswell Linda, Lopez Michael, Barrueco Sandra, 2015
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
The Migrant and Seasonal Head Start (MSHS) Study will be a descriptive study of the early childhood programs that serve young children of farmworkers. MSHS programs serve children zero to 8 years of age. The study will utilize surveys and onsite…
Ward Helen D., Erin Oldham LaChance, Atkins Julie A., September, 2011
Reports & Papers
Findings from two case studies of refugee and immigrant families' child care beliefs, experiences, and decisions, based on focus groups of Cambodian, Somali, and Sudanese refugee parents in Portland, Maine, and Mexican immigrant parents in Denver,…
Ward Helen D., Atkins Julie A., Oldham Erin, 2007
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
Despite the significant benefits quality ECE programs offer to immigrant and refugee children, their rates of enrollment are significantly lower than for comparable children of U.S.-born parents (Matthews & Ewen,2006; Capps, et al, 2005; Brandon…
Lee Linda, 2007
Reports & Papers
The present study examined how variations in experiences salient to immigrant families are related to children's peer play and peer relationships in Head Start classrooms and explored the dynamics of peer interactions and relationships in classrooms…
Lee Linda, Howes Carollee, Mistry Rashmita S., 2005
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
The Regents of the University California of Los Angeles will examine the process by which experiences of immigration are related to children's socioemotional outcomes during the preschool period. The project seeks to answer the following questions…