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Central American children and youth schooling in Mexico
Rodrigo Aguilar Zepeda, Silvia Giorguli Saucedo, Jill Anderson (traductor)
Although the number of Central American migrants in Mexico continues to be lower than the population in the United States, we know very little about Central American children and youth—as well as their families—who are established in Mexico as a temporary option or as a destination. What are their lives like? What disadvantages do they face in order to achieve full integration into Mexican society?