Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) has helped its beneficiaries in several ways, including increased access to in-state higher education programs, improved earnings, and better access to short-term certificate and job training programs at community colleges.
MPI gives an overview of the characteristics of US- and foreign-born adults who could benefit from workforce training services and adult education under WIOA.
Abundant research demonstrates the benefits of learning English—for educational attainment, employment, earnings, homeownership, civic participation, and naturalization.
This report gives a snapshot of the demand for English skills, the current offerings around the country, pros and cons of multiple models, and highlights the success of occupational English and employer-provided ESL courses.
First- and second-generation immigrants make up approximately 24% of the US population.
This report details the findings of a survey of nearly 2,000 DACA recipients.
This report, drawn from the survey responses of more than 4,000 college-educated immigrants living in the United States, identifies factors that correlate with their successful integration into American life.
This international study of immigrant integration found that challenges don’t change with a higher percentage of immigrants in a country.
The educational and economic success of children of immigrants is strongly affected by their parents’ English language abilities.
This report, which compiles findings from seven states with high immigrant populations, examines achievements and challenges in the high school, postsecondary, adult education, and legal service arenas.