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Focusing on the puzzling differences between adolescents born in Mexico and those born in the U.S., this psychocultural study examines why second-generation Latinos lose the desire to achieve.
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“While Transformations focuses on Mexicans in California, the authors place their study in a much wider context—the global context. This perspective is on of the book’s most insightful features. . . . The information presented provokes educators, researchers and policymakers to take a hard look at how we are educating immigrant children.”—Harvard Educational ReviewAbout the Author:
Marcelo M. Suarez-Orozco is Professor of Human Development and Psychology at Harvard University Graduate School of Education.
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