Immigration and schooling in the Republic of Ireland – making a difference? │Devine, D; (2011)│Manchester: Manchester University Press
The Changing Faces of Ireland: Exploring the Lives of Immigrant and Ethnic Minority Children│Darmody, M. Tyrrell, N. and Song, S. 2011│Sense: Rotterdam
Higher Education and Children in Immigrant Families│Paper released by Sandy Baum a professor of economics, emerita, at Skidmore College. and Stella M. Flores an assistant professor of public policy and higher education at Vanderbilt University.
Immigrant youths from some countries find the doors to the nation’s colleges wide open. But other groups, such as those from Latin America, Laos, and Cambodia, often fail to get a post-secondary education. Immigration status itself is not a hindrance. The characteristics of the immigrants, such as their country of origin, race, and parental socioeconomic status, in addition to the communities, schools, and legal barriers that greet them in the United States, explain most of that variation.