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Children in immigrant families: The U.S. and 50 states: National origins, language, and early education

Resource Type: Fact Sheets & Briefs
Author(s): Hernandez, Donald J.; Denton, Nancy A.; Macartney, Suzanne E.;
Date Issued: April, 2007
Publisher(s): Child Trends; State University of New York at Albany. Center for Social and Demographic Analysis
Description: An analysis of the proportion, dispersion, national origins, language, and early education of children in the United States with at least one foreign-born parent, based on Census 2000 data
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Source: (Publication No. 2007-11). Washington, DC: Child Trends. Retrieved May 17, 2007, from http://www.childtrends.org/Files//Child_Trends-2007_04_01_RB_ChildrenImmigrant.pdf
Topics: Children & Child Development > Children with Special Needs & Special Child Populations > Immigrant, Migrant and Refugee Status
Country: United States
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