The Educational, Psychological and Social Impact of Discrimination on the Immigrant Child

Focuses on incidents of direct discrimination, as perceived and noticed by the child—incidents with identifiable educational, psychological, physical, and social repercussions. While discrimination can be difficult to counteract, the report presents important reading for school personnel, highlighting a number of recommendations on how to prevent these negative interactions, through anti-bullying policies, communicating effectively with immigrant families, and carefully evaluating services targeting immigrant children.

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Migrant Policy Institute