OECD PISA studies have shown that migrant students in most OECD countries tend to have lower education outcomes than their native peers. This paper looks at the ways in which education policies can influence factors at system, school and individual level to help provide better educational opportunities for migrant students. The educational levels covered are pre-school, primary and secondary school. The main focus is on first- and second-generation migrants enrolled in these levels of education. “First-generation migrants” refers to those children who were born abroad and whose parents were also born abroad, while “second-generation migrants” refers to those children who were themselves born inside the receiving country but whose parents were born abroad.
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This document consists of a core curriculum inventory for teaching the English language. It is based in part on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and is constructed around key language points for each level, including grammar, vocabulary, discourse markers and functions. It is based