Meeting the Educational Needs of the New Californians

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DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1992 - 60 pages
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These policy recommendations are on 10 topics related to education and job training for the State1s 3new Californians2-- the 1.6 million formerly undocumented aliens who have become legalized residents under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.This report includes a discussion of the programs through which California has received temporary funding to help the new Californians; identifies the major characteristics of these newly legalized residents; and summarizes the education and job training they have received through California1s community colleges, adult schools, and private community-based organizations.
 

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