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[IWS] IS THE UNITED STATES BAD FOR CHILDREN'S HEALTH? RISK AND RESILIENCE AMONG YOUNG CHILDREN OF IMMIGRANTS [9 October 2013]
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IS THE UNITED STATES BAD FOR CHILDREN'S HEALTH? RISK AND RESILIENCE AMONG YOUNG CHILDREN OF IMMIGRANTS [9 October 2013]
Author: Jennifer Van Hook, Nancy S. Landale, & Marianne M. Hillemeir/ Migration Policy Institute / July 29, 2013
[full-text, 33 pages]
This report from the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) by Jennifer Van Hook, Nancy S. Landale, & Marianne M. Hillemeir, is part of series of papers that were produced for a public symposium convened by MPI’s National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy in January 2013. The goal of these papers is to frame the major policy and practice issues affecting children (birth through age 10) with immigrant parents. By drawing on scholarly research, the papers collectively address public policy in the areas of early education, health, and immigration.
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