Through the Golden Door: Educational Approaches for Immigrant Adolescents with Limited Schooling

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A growing number of recent immigrant students enter middle school and high school with little or no prior formal schooling and with low literacy skills. Often referred to as "late entrant" or "low-literacy" students, they may be three or more years below their age-appropriate grade level in their school-related knowledge and skills. As a result, they often have difficulty in secondary school and do not have time to fulfill high school graduation requirements before they reach the maximum age for high school attendance.

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