OECD has conducted policy reviews of migrant education in Austria, Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden and has examined the migrant education experience in many countries. This book offers comparative data on access, participation and performance of immigrant students and their native peers and identifies a set of policy options based on solid evidence of what works.
Table of contents:
Foreword Executive Summary Chapter 1. Introduction -Government tools for steering migrant education policy -Key general messages Chapter 2. Key challenges and opportunities -Background factors affecting migrant education policy -Education outcomes, factors and policy implications Chapter 3. School level policies -Language support -Teaching and learning environments -Parental and communicty involvement Chapter 4. System level -Managing variations and concentration -Funding strategy -Monitoring and evaluation Annex 1 - Description of the project