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Immigration and Education in North Carolina


reviewed by Eliane Rubinstein-Avila - May 17, 2019

coverTitle: Immigration and Education in North Carolina
Author(s): Xue Lan Rong & Jeremy Hilburn (Eds.)
Publisher: Sense Publishers, Rotterdam
ISBN: 9463008071, Pages: 282, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 17, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22799, Date Accessed: 11/13/2019 9:15:57 PM

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  • Eliane Rubinstein-Avila
    University of Arizona
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    ELAINE RUBINSTEIN-AVILA is a professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning, & Sociocultural Studies at the University of Arizona. Dr. Rubinstein-Avila’s courses and research focus on qualitative research, case studies in literacy research, immigration and education, teaching students for whom English is an additional language, and the ways in which bilingualism, race, ethnicity, gender and culture intersect with formal schooling and out-of-school educational contexts..
 
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