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Having Arrived: Dimensions of Educational Success in a Transitional Newcomer School

Examines a program for newly arrived, non-English-speaking immigrant children in a California city. Findings from a fourth-grade class demonstrate how a nurturing setting, culturally flexible teaching approach, linguistic and cultural validation, and a valued spatial environment contribute to newcomer students' success. (SLD)

  • Author/Creator: Hertzberg, Martha
  • Date Published: Dec
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Anthropology & Education Quarterly
  • Number: 4
  • Volume: 29
  • Year: 1998

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