Gender and racial differences in peer effects of limited English students: A story of language or ethnicity?
There is a perception among native born parents in the USA that the increasing number of immigrant students in schools creates negative peer effects on their children. In North Carolina, there has been a significant increase in immigrants, especially those with limited English language skills. Recen...
Diette, Timothy M
Oyelere, Ruth Uwaifo
|Place of publication:||
Heidelberg Springer 2017
|published in:||IZA Journal of Migration Vol. 6; no. 2; pp. 1 - 18|
|Data of publication:||2017|
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