Media Coverage of Immigrants in Public Schools Is Uneven, and Journalists, Scholars Share the Blame
by William Celis - December 04, 2006
There is a disconnect between the scholarship about immigrant children and the media that report it. Reasons abound for the uneven coverage in print and broadcast outlets, and this commentary explores the reasons why: From tainted research to uneven journalism, the American public is often left in the dark about the contributions and impact of immigrant children on the nation's public schools.
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