A similar report to my research question was done, but it looked a look at Latino parents’ perception of child care in the United States, this was the main starting points to my development of research question, what are the perceptions of recent immigrant Latino parents on the education system of the United States? Most of the children from this report will very soon be students of the US education system and these will also be the parents schools try to get involved in the schools. The report states that, “because a significant proportion of the future U.S. citizenry will soon be Latino, it is vital to ensure that these children receive the care and resources they need in their early years to develop into successful adulthood” (Nation...
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