Resources within Reason - Young Children in Immigrant Families

July 17, 2017

The latest edition of Resources within Reason is available now. 

 

"Between 2000 and 2015, the number of children ages 17 and under with immigrant parents grew 36%, from 13.1 million to 17.9 million. If you work with young children and their families, the likelihood that you will work with young children whose family members are immigrants increases daily. It’s important for each early childhood professional to know more about how to effectively support each of these children and their family. To that end, members of DEC’s VOICES Council are sharing their ideas about effective resources to support your work with young children who are immigrants and their families [. . .]" Read more at the links below. 

 

View the July 2017 - Young Children in Immigrant Families Issue

Compiled by Sheresa B. Blanchard, Camille Catlett, Jennifer R. Newton, Jennifer J. Hurley

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Issues of Resources within Reason are archived on the DEC website on the Resources within Reason page, dec-sped.org/resources-within-reason.

 

To suggest resources or request focus topics for the listserv, please contact Camille Catlett at (919) 966-6635 or camille.catlett@unc.edu.

 

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