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A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Public Health Significance: Risk of Depression, Suicidality and School Failure in Latino Children. Many children of immigrants, including Latinos, live in families exposed to multiple risk factors such as poverty, poor schools, neighborhood violence, discrimination, and disparities in access to health care, education and jobs 2, 71, All these factors are strongly associated with low Cited by: Fishman, ‘The Significance of the Ethnic-Community Mother-Tongue School’, in J. A. Fishman (ed.), The Rise and Fall of the Ethnic Revival (Mouton, ), pp. – G. Valdés, ‘Dual-Language Immersion Programs: A Cautionary Note Concerning the Education of Language-Minority Students’, Harvard Educational Review, , 67, 3, dence that the academic performance of ELs or heritage language speakers can vary from country to country. Specifically, research has shown that immigrant ELs in Canada and Australia on average perform as well as or better than native-born students on standardized tests of academic achievement (Aydemir et al., ; Cobb-Clark and Trong-Ha Nguyen, , .
Australia, a country intensely populated by migrants from the 18th century onward, 1 is still one of the strongest targets of migration. 2 According to the Census, almost 6 million migrants born in more than countries now live in the country. While migrants from English-speaking countries (e.g., the United Kingdom and New Zealand) are still the largest Cited by: The American Community Survey estimates that million US children had at least one foreign-born parent in – Those children comprised close to 25 % of American children aged from birth to 17, and over 70 % of them spoke a non-English language at home (The Urban Institute ).In England in , % of million primary school children and % of . The language in education policy in Kenya recommends mother tongue education in primary school learning. The purpose of this study was to explore the development of mother tongues as academic languages at the lower primary section in which the languages are supposed to be used. The exploration was on the functions they play in classroom. up roughly one-fourth of the total population of this age group (Batalova and Fix, ). These young people represent the future workforce in the United States and will play an important role in the vibrancy of the U.S. economy and local communities. As noted above, they are a highly heterogeneous group, with different home languages.
A psychiatric and mental health nurse evaluates a six-year-old male child, who is timid and clings to his mother. The mother states, "He has been so fearful lately; he will not sleep without the lights on." When the nurse asks whether any event has occurred to cause stress, the mother states, "No, my boyfriend and I argued. Google's free service instantly translates words, phrases, and web pages between English and over other languages. Promote the child's sense of control and independence. Prevent or minimize the child's separation from the family. Which nursing intervention would best help a pediatric patient solve a current problem if the patient has impaired problem-solving and decision-making skills due to a psychiatric illness? listen to the patient's views regarding the. The purpose of this sensory processing disorder checklist is to help parents and professionals who interact with children become educated about particular signs of sensory processing dysfunction. It is not to be used as the absolute diagnostic criteria for labeling children with sensory processing disorder.