RESOURCES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
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UNC Greensboro School of Education Global (SOE) welcomes international students, scholars, and visitors; supports faculty, staff, and students to engage in research, teaching, and learning in the global context; and collaborates with international partners to advance study abroad and other international programs.
For Each and Every Child: A Strategy for Education, Equity, and Excellence report provides advice to the secretary of the U.S. Department of Education on the disparities in meaningful educational opportunities that give rise to the achievement gap, with a focus on systems of finance, and to recommend ways in which federal policies could address such disparities.
Hernandez et al (2009) School-age Children In Immigrant Families article presents a demographic overview of school-age children in immigrant families and compares them with their peers in native-born families.
The Nation’s Report Card: Mega-States: An Analysis of Student Performance in the Five Most Heavily Populated States in the Nation report focuses on students including English Language Learners in the Mega-States.
SERVE-EBE What Does The Research Say About How Parents From Diverse Language Communities is an annotated bibliography prepared by SERVE’s Evidence-Based Education group to answer these questions: What does the research and policy say about how parents/families from diverse language communities (ELLs, refugees, immigrants) understand or perceive how their children can be successful in U.S. schools? In other words, what are the perspectives of parents of K-12 ELLs, refugees, and immigrants about schooling in the U.S., and what do they wish they knew to help their children succeed?
SERVE EBE What Types Of Research Available About Access To Education For ELs, Refugees, Immigrants is an annotated bibliography prepared by SERVE’s Evidence-Based Education group to answer this question: What types of research designs/approaches, methodologies, and analyses are used in research and policy studies about access to education in the U.S. by members of diverse language communities (e.g., ELLs, refugees, immigrants)?
SERVE ELLs In The SE Research Policy & Practice 2004 report prepared by SERVE provides a synthesis of federal and state policies, descriptions of and research on instructional programs, and a closer look at trends, policies, and programs in the Southeast.
Zarate 2007 Latino Parent Involvement study finds that various stakeholders have different definitions and perceptions of parental involvement in education. School administrators, school board members, corporate school partners, policymakers, outreach programs, parent leaders, and teachers will discover the findings of the study useful as they seek to increase parental involvement in schools.