Published Online: March 14, 2006
Published in Print: March 15, 2006, as Immigrant Children

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Immigrant Children

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Young children from immigrant families are less likely than children of parents born in the United States to be enrolled in early-childhood education and other nonparental child-care arrangements, a report by the Washington-based Center for Law and Social Policy says.

Poverty, nontraditional work schedules for parents, and parents’ limited education are a few of the reasons such children are not participating in center-based programs, it says.

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