Due to the large number of immigrant children and families within its borders as well as its sanctuary jurisdiction, the city of Chicago serves as an ideal case study towards investigating specialized services for one of its most vulnerable subpopulations of children, primarily the development needs of its immigrant children. The desired outcome for this non-exhaustive research brief is to provide empirical evidence and best practices for Chicago community and school specialists seeking to support the social and emotional needs of their newcomer student population.
Hill, L. (2018). Supporting newcomer students: A Chicago-specific exploration of social and emotional learning initiatives. Chicago: Loyola University School of Law Center for the Human Rights of Children.
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