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Lewis Brandon, King Melissa Steel, Schiess Jennifer O'Neal, October 2020
Other

The report begins with an overview of the importance of early math learning, followed by an overview of math achievement among DLLs nationally and in California. Next, we examine existing evidence about effective and promising practices for…

Matthews Hannah, Ullrich Rebecca, Cervantes Wendy, March, 2018
Other
In this paper, we first summarize a subset of key findings identified in the main project report about the experiences of immigrant families. We then further detail the experiences of early care and education providers working with immigrant…
Matthews Hannah, Ullrich Rebecca, Cervantes Wendy, March, 2018
Executive Summary
CLASP conducted the first ever multi-state study of the effects of the current immigration climate on young children under age 8. In 2017, CLASP interviewed early care and education providers, community-based social service providers, and immigrant…
Greenberg Erica, Michie Molly, Adams Gina, February, 2018
Reports & Papers
This study is the second project, and it explores strategies in four communities with unusually high rates of enrollment among low-income immigrant families and negligible (or nonexistent) gaps in enrollment between children of immigrants and…
Greenberg Erica, Adams Gina, Michie Molly, February, 2018
Executive Summary
This study explores strategies in four communities with unusually high rates of enrollment among low-income immigrant families and negligible (or nonexistent) gaps in enrollment between children of immigrants and children of US-born parents. We…