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Gonzalez studies the differences in likelihood to enter post-secondary schooling among white, black, Latino and Asian children who have two parents who are immigrants, one parent who is foreign-born, and children of native-born parents. Children from homes with two parents who are immigrants go further in school. Children in homes with one parent who is an immigrant have educational trajectories similar to their counterparts in homes with no immigrant parents. Additionally, parental educational attainment and the social capital of the family are clear predictors in determining how far children of native parents go in school, but are not as strong determinants for children of immigrant parents.
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Gabriella Gonzalez is an Associate Social Scientist at RAND. She received her doctorate degree in sociology from Harvard University in 2002. Her work examines mathematical learning, the educational attainment of children of immigrants, transnationalism, and mobility of immigrants. She is currently based in Qatar assisting with a new education system.
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