Immigrants and Schooling: Mexicans in New York
Edited by Mónica Gendreau and Regina Cortina
How will the growing presence of Mexican school-age children affect public education?, is a question addressed in the book Immigrants and Schooling. The authors present a collection of essays exploring the migration and community backgrounds of Mexicans arriving to the United States. Intended for general readers and specialists alike, the book provides information for those who design public policies and for educators, so that they can better understand the economic, social, cultural, and family circumstances of emigrants from rural Mexico who work and live in New York and the Northeast.