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The study of Taiwan’s new immigrant children’s mathematics achievement. (English)
J. Korean Soc. Math. Educ., Ser. D, Res. Math. Educ. 17, No. 1, 29-46 (2013).
Summary: According the 2011 Taiwanese government statistics, the lower secondary school enrollment number of the new-immigrant-children is about 200,000. As known, most of the new immigrants are from the Southeast Asian countries, such as Vietnam, China, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Cambodia. In order to satisfy the increasing needs and demands on education of the children of new immigrants (CNI, henceforth), Taiwanese government has not only developed but also has put the after-school learning assistance policy into practice since 2006. Therefore, the main purpose of this study is to explore the mathematics achievement of the CNI after the implementation of the after-school learning assistance policy. The first purpose is to compare the mathematics achievement of the CNI by countries, the second to compare the mathematics performance among the CNI, children from high-risk family and children from general families.
Classification: C60 C40
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