Toward a Theory of School Capacity in New Immigrant Destinations

Across the United States, immigrant enrollments in the public schools have rapidly increased, particularly in locales with little tradition of immigration, known as ”new immigrant destinations.” Despite the widespread nature of this trend, there is much to be learned about how schools are responding to this influx of immigrant students.

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