A Study on the Characteristics of the Educational Policy for Immigrant Children in Italy

Haihong ZHANG, Jiqun LÜ


Since the 1990s, Italy has been exposed to the increasingly serious issue of immigrant children education with immigrants flooding in. To help immigrant children integrate into the Italian society, the Italian government embarks on the journey to explore pragmatic immigrant education for children, considering both the nationwide situation and the development planning of the European Union.


Italy; Immigrant children; Educational policy

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Morgese, G . (2017). Guidelines on Italian immigration laws. Retrieved May 30 from http://www.uniba.it/ricerca/dipartimenti/scienze-politiche/docenti/dott.-giuseppe-morgese/morgese-a.a.-2014-2015/copy_of_Lineamentidellanormativaitalianainmateriadiimmigrazione.pdf/view

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9990


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