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Mexican Immigrants in Middle Schools: Diversity, Organizational Structure and Effectiveness

The Spanish speaking Mexican immigrant population accounts for the fastest growing population in California, where one in six students is an immigrant. This study utilized organizational theory to relate school characteristics such as interdependence, coordination, and information processing to working with immigrant students.

  • Author/Creator: Balderrama, Maria V.
  • Date Published: 04-00
  • Year: 1996

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