Authors: Merike Darmody
Gillian Kingston Source:
Dorothy Watson (Ed.)
, Cherishing All the Children Equally? Ireland 100 Years on from the Easter Rising , chapter 9
, pp. 175-193
Chapter 9 discusses a number of aspects of the social engagement and integration of the increasing proportions of migrant children in Ireland, particularly their integration within the education system. It highlights important differences between different migrant groups in their educational and social outcomes, reflecting the heterogeneity of the migrant population in Ireland.
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