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Explore our collection of gray research literature (e.g., publicly available reports and briefs published by government agencies, and for-profit and nonprofit organizations), peer-reviewed journal articles, survey instruments, webinars, and descriptions of projects funded by the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation. Learn more about the scope of our collection.

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Chiswick Barry R., DebBurman Noyna, July 2004
Reports & Papers
An exploration of the patterns of preschool enrollment of children who immigrated to the United States as children and the United States-born children of immigrants
California Tomorrow (Organization), 2004
Other
A paper highlighting the importance of considering immigrant families when discussing the impact of school readiness efforts
Hernandez Donald J., 2004
Reports & Papers
A discussion of the growing necessity of programs and policies that address the heath and educational needs of a rapidly increasing population of children in immigrant families in the United States
Calderon Miriam E., 2004
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A summary promoting linguistic- and culturally-appropriate services and universal prekindergarten initiatives for Latino students
Calderon Miriam E., 2004
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A summary of the percentage of Latino children enrolled in center-based early childhood and education programs
Mansbach-Kleinfel Ivonne, Roer-Strier Dorit, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of changes to early childhood interventions and policies related to the integration of children of immigrants in Israeli society, and a discussion of their reflection of a societal paradigm shift from a melting pot culture to a diverse…
Takanishi Ruby, 2004
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the patterns of early care and education used by immigrant children in the United States, with policy recommendations to support early education
Haskins Ron, Greenberg Mark H., Fremstad Shawn, 2004
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A debate over ways in which to improve the well-being of children in immigrant families
Capps Randy, Fix Michael, Reardon-Anderson Jane, Passel Jeffrey S., Ost Jason, 2004
Reports & Papers
A study focusing on the health and well-being of young children under 6 in immigrant families, those with at least one parent born outside the United States
Grossman-Swenson Sarah, Dominguez-Arms Amy, 2004
Other
A report on California's immigrant children and families exploring family characteristics, employment rates, child care arrangements, and parents' backgrounds
Brandon Peter D., 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A comparison of the use of child care arrangements among immigrant families to non-immigrant families
Huh Cheong Rhie, 2004
Reports & Papers
An exploration of after school programs in Koreatown in Los Angeles, examining what constitutes a program, why parents send their children, and why children attend these programs
Garza Mary Florence Boyce, 2002
Reports & Papers
A summary of Project SMART's (Summer Migrant Access Resources Through Technology) home-based summer distance learning program and supports for early childhood migrant students
Eggers-Pierola Costanza, 2002
Other
A presentation providing program design and professional development guidance to early childhood trainers and training institutions interested in building their capacity to respond to the Latino population
Mortensen Dana K. Hawkins, 2000
Reports & Papers
An assessment of the effectiveness of the Padres Como Maestros (Parents and Teachers) Program in improving children?s outcomes, based on a sample of 44 low-income, Latino children from two Migrant Head Start Program centers in northern Utah