If one had the task of identifying the most educationally disadvantaged group of youngsters in the United States, the ones who under-perform all other groups enrolled in school, who have the highest school dropout rate, who have the lowest academic achievement level and highest number of school failures, no doubt the group readily identified would be the children of migrant agricultural families. These children face a unique set of problems. The migrant family, moving from state to state, alone or in groups, has created a unique life style reflecting the unpredictable agricultural conditions. Available statistics concerning the educational plight of migrant children are deplorable.
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Research Article| January 01 1981
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Margaret A. Laughlin; An Invisible Minority: An Examination of Migrant Education. Explorations in Ethnic Studies 1 January 1981; 4 (1): 50–59. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ees.19126.96.36.199
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