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2022 ◽  
pp. 223-251
Author(s):  
Maribel Gárate-Estes ◽  
Gloshanda L. Lawyer ◽  
Carla García-Fernández

2022 ◽  
Vol 73 ◽  
pp. 129-139
Author(s):  
Shunsuke Managi ◽  
Mohamed Yousfi ◽  
Younes Ben Zaied ◽  
Nejah Ben Mabrouk ◽  
Béchir Ben Lahouel

2022 ◽  
Vol 7 ◽  
pp. 100138
Author(s):  
Anindit Chhibber ◽  
Aditi Kharat ◽  
Khanh Duong ◽  
Richard E. Nelson ◽  
Matthew H. Samore ◽  
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2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (2) ◽  
pp. 133-147
Author(s):  
Jody McBrien ◽  
Maria Hayward

Both the United States (US) and New Zealand (NZ) have been resettling refugees since the Second World War. As such, and because of several international treaties signed by both countries, they must concern themselves with the education of resettled refugee students in their nations. In this study, the researchers examine the international agreements and national resettlement policies that shape these nations’ refugee education policies. Second, educational practices for refugee students in the US and NZ using phenomenological qualitative research based on observations, interviews, and focus groups with teachers and refugee students are examined. The researchers conclude that the more systematic methods of resettlement and educational tools available to teachers in NZ through consistent national policies provide better opportunities for success than policies and practices that vary widely from state to state and even within states in the US.


2022 ◽  
Vol 95 ◽  
pp. 102594
Author(s):  
J. Mijin Cha ◽  
Dimitris Stevis ◽  
Todd E. Vachon ◽  
Vivian Price ◽  
Maria Brescia-Weiler
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2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
pp. 30-46
Author(s):  
Yuyang Zhou ◽  
Xuan Jiang ◽  
Changmi Wang

Individuals who arrive in a new country during their childhood and early adolescence are referred to as the 1.5 generation. In this exploratory case study, five Chinese families were interviewed and examined about the effects of their parenting styles on those 1.5 generation Chinese American students. Findings revealed that these parents’ parenting styles—educational values, educational practices, and family dynamics—have exerted a great impact on the students’ academic performance, psychological well-being, and adaptation to their life in the US. Insights about comparisons between American and Chinese education will be inspiring to educators and scholars for culturally comparative analysis and mental health practitioners working with the adolescents of this ethnicity and their families.


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