The educational expectations of Italian children: the role of social interactions with the children of immigrants

by Alessandra Minello

in International Studies in Sociology of Education,Volume 24, Issue 2, 2014

This paper aims to investigate to what extent the growing presence of children with immigrant  background in the Italian school system has an impact on the educational expectations of Italian students in eighth grade. Educational expectations are individuals’ plans for their future educational career, adjusted to the subjectively estimated probabilities of achieving a given outcome. Multilevel analyses are performed using data from ITAGEN2 (Italian Second Generation) survey, the first nationwide survey on natives, first- and second-generation immigrants. Results demonstrate that attending a school with a high proportion of children of immigrants has no impact on realistic expectations about secondary education. In addition, students attending schools with high level of interethnic integration are more prone to having high educational expectations.

http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/JA3AwNPr49k4jICHNqqA/full#.U84zt0Bc9BQ

 

 

 

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