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Change in Computer Access and the Academic Achievement of Immigrant Children


by Ui Jeong Moon & Sandra Hofferth — 2018


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 120 Number 4, 2018, p. -
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22046, Date Accessed: 10/23/2017 6:21:20 PM
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  • Ui Jeong Moon
    Hannam University
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    UI JEONG MOON is an assistant professor in the Department of Child Development and Guidance at Hannam University. Research interests include the long-term consequences of children’s early family, media, and neighborhood contexts on their schooling and later well-being, both in general and in specific populations, such as immigrants and rural youth. Recent publications are “Parental involvement, child effort, and the development of immigrant boys’ and girls’ reading and mathematics skills: A latent difference score growth model” published in Learning and Individual Differences in 2016, and “How do they do it? The immigrant paradox in the transition to adulthood” published in Social Science Research in 2016.
  • Sandra Hofferth
    Maryland Population Research Center
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    SANDRA L. HOFFERTH is a research professor at the Maryland Population Research Center and professor emeritus, School of Public Health, University of Maryland. Research interests include American children’s use of time; poverty, food insecurity, public assistance, and child health and development; and fathers and fathering. Current research focuses on the pathways whereby home-based and after-school activities in childhood and adolescence may influence the transition to adulthood. Recent publications include “Family structure and trends in U.S. fathers’ time with children, 2003–2013,” Family Science (2015) and “How do they do it? The immigrant paradox in the transition to adulthood,” Social Science Research (2016).
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