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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…
Padilla Christina M., Ryan Rebecca M., Q3 2020
Reports & Papers
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The present study estimated the independent and joint influence of early home and education contexts on three school readiness outcomes for children with Hispanic immigrant parents. These associations were compared to those for children whose…
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…

Torres Kelly M., Arrastia-Chisholm Meagan C., 2019
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Learning a new language and culture may be particularly difficult for families in the United States supported by migrant workers, who typically work long hours and live a mobile lifestyle. The purpose of this phenomenological study is to describe…
Lee RaeHyuck, Han Wen-Jui, Waldfogel Jane, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, June, 2018
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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…
Roubeni Sonia, April, 2018
Reports & Papers
The home environment, which includes parents' engagement in children's home learning experiences and preacademic stimulation, has important consequences for children's acquisition of early academic skills, and although children of immigrants…
Tavassolie Tanya, Lopez Claudia, De Feyter Jessica Johnson, Hartman Suzanne C., Winsler Adam, 2018
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Little is known about the early educational performance of children in migrant farmworker families. The authors examined the school readiness and early school success of 289 four-year-old preschool children of migrant families attending Redlands…
Lee Kyunghee, July, 2017
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The purpose of this study was to identify factors affecting Migrant Head Start (MHS) children's dental health. Enrollment duration (number of years and weeks enrolled) and individual and family factors were considered. Children (N = 931) who…
Rickmeyer Constanze, Lebiger-Vogel Judith, Leuzinger-Bohleber Marianne, 02 May, 2017
Reports & Papers
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Background: The transition to child care is a challenging time in a child's life and leads to elevated levels of cortisol. These elevations may be influenced by the quality of the mother-child relationship. However, remarkably little is known…

Klein Oliver, Becker Birgit, April, 2017
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Children of immigrants often enter school with lower language skills than children of native-born parents. In this paper, we analyze the impact of the duration of preschool attendance on the language development from age three to six of children of…
Iddings Ana Christina da Silva, Reyes Iliana, March, 2017
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This article reports on a longitudinal study spanning over 5 years, involving the design and implementation of an early childhood teacher education program model that engages a critical-ecological theoretical approach, a funds of knowledge…
Korat Ofra, Gitait Aviva, Deitcher Deborah Bergman, Mevarech Zemira, March/April 2017
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We researched the efficacy of an early literacy programme in enhancing immigrant children's phonological awareness (PA) and print knowledge, including transferring learning to numeracy. Participants were 294 Ethiopian-born immigrant children in…
Kalkman Kris, Hopperstad Marit Holm, Valenta Marko, March, 2017
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This article approaches newcomer migrant girls' experiences with social competition and relational aggression. This the authors do through a detailed analysis of the interactional practices that a group of preschool-aged girls make use of as they…
Drange Nina, Telle Kjetil, March, 2017
Reports & Papers
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We study whether free preschool affects the subsequent school performance of children from immigrant families. Our difference-in-differences approach takes advantage of a policy intervention implemented in two districts in Oslo, leaving other…
Reguero de Atiles Julia, Douglas Jonathan Robert, Allexsaht-Snider Martha, 2017
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Peer Reviewed
Purpose -- The purpose of this study was to explore early childhood teachers' sense of efficacy for working with immigrant children. In addition, this study examined the relationship of early childhood teachers' sense of efficacy to their…