Immigrant children are often in the center of a culture clash between their parents and the American way of life. Schools can serve as a stabilizer by easing the acculturation process and reducing academic and other barriers14 through the strategies listed below. The behaviors and attitudes of school district personnel can have significant impact not only on the educational outcomes of students but on the entire family’s assimilation into this country.
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