Serving Immigrant Families Through Two-Generation Programs: Identifying Family Needs and Responsive Program Approaches
Washington, DC: Migration Policy Institute
November 2016, 54 pages
This resource from Migration Policy Institute is the result of a study on a number of large two-generation programs across the United States working with immigrant families. The report compares key characteristics of immigrant and native-born parents of young children and illuminates key factors that make immigrant and refugee families an important target for two-generation programming, as well as potential challenges to effectively addressing their needs.