The effect of education policies on higher-education attainment of immigrants in Western Europe: A cross-classified multilevel analysis

  title={The effect of education policies on higher-education attainment of immigrants in Western Europe: A cross-classified multilevel analysis},
  author={Elyakim Kislev},
  journal={Journal of European Social Policy},
  pages={183 - 199}
  • Elyakim Kislev
  • Published 2 July 2015
  • Education
  • Journal of European Social Policy
The number of immigrant students in Western Europe is growing steadily, but their social integration and educational achievements are still lagging behind. Nevertheless, there is still very little empirical evidence on which policies can effectively promote them. Thus, this article tests 2 main types of policies: targeted support and intercultural policies, and compares their effect on university graduation of 6 immigrant groups in 13 Western European countries. This research incorporates… 

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