The Fall Harvard Education Review arrived just the other day, bringing poignant scenes, voices, and data from one of the most troubling spheres of modern life. As the nation struggles with gridlock on so many fronts—political, civic, economic, you name it—battle weariness is becoming an occupational hazard. But the plight of our immigrant children and youth—especially those of undocumented, or to use the preferred term, “unauthorized,” parents—deserves careful attention, especially down at the early end of the education spectrum, where developmental paths begin.
According to Lynn Karoly and Gabriella Gonzalez, contributors to this spring’s reader-worthy Future of . . . Read full article →