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Research Examines 'Immigrant Paradox'

The Los Angeles Times reports today on studies by researchers at UCLA, UC Berkeley and the University of Pittsburgh indicating that, as toddlers, children of poor Latino immigrants tend to lag behind their white middle-class counterparts in vocabulary, listening and problem-solving skills. Research co-author Dr. Alice Kuo, UCLA assistant clinical professor of pediatrics, is quoted.



 

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