Understanding Intergenerational Social Mobility: Filipino Youth in Canada4 years ago 4 years ago
This report was published by York Center for Asian Research.
HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:
The study concludes with policy implications that point to the need to: a) continue addressing the issues of immigrant access to professions and credential recognition; b) recognize the importance of extended families in the success of the next generation; c) address the separations and precarity created by the Live-In Caregiver program; d) find ways of reflecting the needs of specific groups in school curricula; e) support role-modelling and mentoring in specific communities; f) ensure the financial accessibility of post-secondary education; and g) develop data-gathering tools that will accurately track the inter generational outcomes of youth in immigrant families.
Kelly, Philip F. (2014). Understanding intergenerational social mobility: Filipino youth in Canada. Asia Research Brief 1(6). Toronto: York Centre for Asian Research, York University.
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