The Education of Language Minority Immigrants in the United States

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This book focuses on educational language minority immigrant issues in the United States. It draws from quantitative and qualitative research methodologies to inform educational policy and practice. The contributions are grouped according to three broad themes: factors predicting language proficiency, the role of language and identity in the lives of immigrant language minority youth, and issues of educational policy related to this group.
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Overview

This book focuses on educational language minority immigrant issues in the United States. It draws from quantitative and qualitative research methodologies to inform educational policy and practice. The contributions are grouped according to three broad themes: factors predicting language proficiency, the role of language and identity in the lives of immigrant language minority youth, and issues of educational policy related to this group.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781847692108
  • Publisher: Channel View Publications Ltd
  • Publication date: 10/15/2009
  • Series: Bilingual Education and Bilingualism Series , #74
  • Pages: 296
  • Sales rank: 1,078,169
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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Terrence G. Wiley is Professor of Education and Applied Linguistics in the Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education at Arizona State University. He received his Ph.D. University of Southern California and holds MAs in Linguistics and Asian Studies. His research and teaching have focused on applied linguistics, language policy, English and globalization, language and immigration, bilingual education and bilingualism, heritage and community languages, as well as English as a second language, and he has lectured widely on these topics in internationally. Professor Wiley is co-founder and co-editor the Journal of Language, Identity, and Education (Taylor & Francis/Routledge). He is author of Literacy and Language Diversity in the United States (Center for Applied Linguistics).
Jin Sook Lee is an Assistant Professor in the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She received her PhD in Education from Stanford University and an MA degree in Linguistics from Yonsei University in Korea. Her research focuses on the educational processes of immigrant children, in particular as they pertain to the understanding of the cultural, sociopolitical, and sociopsychological factors that influence and shape their language learning and development. She is an active member of the American Educational Research Association and the American Association of Applied Linguistics and serves on the editorial board of the International Multilingual Research Journal (Taylor & Francis). She is a recipient of the Foundation for Child Development Young Scholars Award.
Russell W. Rumberger is Professor of Education in the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education at the University of California (UC) Santa Barbara and for ten years served as Director of the UC Linguistic Minority Research Institute (UC LMRI), a UC multi-campus research unit that fosters interdisciplinary research to improve academic achievement of children from diverse language backgrounds. He received a Ph.D. in Education and a M.A. in Economics from Stanford University. He has published widely on education and work; the schooling of disadvantaged students, particularly school dropouts and linguistic minority students; school effectiveness; and education policy. He is directing the California Dropout Research Project to develop a state policy agenda to improve California's high school graduation rate (http://lmri.ucsb.edu/dropouts/).
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Education of Language Minority Immigrants in the United States Terrence Wiley Jin Sook Lee

Ch. 1 The Evolution of Language Competencies, Preferences and Use Among Young Adult Children of Immigrants Rub?n G. Rumbaut

Ch. 2 The Economics of Language for Immigrants Barry R. Chiswick

Ch. 3 Immigration, Race, and Higher Education Outcomes Christine Qi Liu Robert H. Tai Xitao Fan

Ch. 4 Immigrant Youth in High School Regina Cortina

Ch. 5 A Synthesis of the Roles of Heritage Languages in the Lives of Children of Immigrants Jin Sook Lee Debra Suarez

Ch. 6 Assimilation and Resistance Diem T. Nguyen Tom Stritikus

Ch. 7 Agentive Youth Research Kathryn A. Davis

Ch. 8 The Need for Multiple Measures in Reclassification Decisions Kate Mahoney Tom Haladyna Jeff MacSwan

Ch. 9 Immigrant Students, English Language Proficiency, and Transitions From High School to Community College George C. Bunch

Commentary: Language, Immigration and the Quality of Education: Moving Toward a Broader Conversation Guadalupe Vald?s

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