Catholic Schools and Immigrant Students: A New Generation

@article{Louie2009CatholicSA,
  title={Catholic Schools and Immigrant Students: A New Generation},
  author={Vivian Louie and Jennifer Holdaway},
  journal={Teachers College Record: The Voice of Scholarship in Education},
  year={2009},
  volume={111},
  pages={783 - 816}
}
Background/Context This article considers the role of Catholic schools, an institution born of the adaptation of previous immigrant waves, in the education of new immigrants and their native-born counterparts. The new immigrants enter a landscape in which education plays a much bigger role than it did for their predecessors and yet faces many challenges. Public schools, particularly in urban centers, struggle with financial difficulties and new standards of accountability. Although scholars and… 

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