Why Immigrants' Children Do Better in School

Children who immigrate to the United States with their families are likely to outperform kids with a similar background who were born here. And when they grow up, their own children are also likely to do better than their peers. But by the third generation, that advantage will be gone. That's the principal finding in a large study from Johns Hopkins University that tracked nearly 11,000 young immigrants all the way to adulthood. That may fit a pattern some Americans see of so many kids...Full Story
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