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Supportive Schools Forge a Sense of Belonging for Immigrant Children: Garth Coates Comments

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 12:40 PM CDT, Tue, March 29,2016

London, England -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/29/2016 -- According to a recent report from The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) which conducted research across a number of UK schools, it was shown that around 82% of children of immigrants felt comfortable and 'at home' in their school. This high statistic could suggest positive levels of societal integration for children from immigrant families and confirmation that the UK can be a supportive place for families to develop study and grow. Keen to comment on this have been a number of immigration experts, including Garth Coates.

The report emphasizes that immigration involving families can be part of a positive process and also reflects that public institutions, such as schools, are responding well to this. That such high levels of indicated satisfaction are shown at a grassroots stage – the school environment – could suggest that UK society is really progressing with a more positive and crucial attitude to immigration. Garth Coates are prominent immigration specialists who had this to say:

"The high percentage of children from immigrant families satisfied from their school environment is significantly high and shows clear improvement over time. We are confident that the UK is developing as a multi-cultural, diverse and yet inclusive society; both for families and single individuals. Furthermore, there are strong connections between educational environments and a positive immigration process – take the number of overseas students studying successfully here, for example."

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