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Supporting Refugee Children in Pennsylvania Public Schools

@inproceedings{Wagner2013SupportingRC,
  title={Supporting Refugee Children in Pennsylvania Public Schools},
  author={Timothy M. Wagner},
  year={2013}
}
This study documented the lived experiences of professionals with significant background working with child refugees, in an attempt to understand how practitioners view the information, resources, and other supports required to assure child refugees’ successful physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development. An extensive review of the published research on child refugees in the Unitd States described specific international treaties, federal statutes, and state codes, addressed… 
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