With migration high on the policy agenda across Europe, there is a need to consider how migrant children are integrated into education systems. In 2015, roughly 10 per cent of the EU population were born outside the country in which they reside, with children under the age of 15 comprising five per cent. Although the pattern varies across EU member states, research suggests that children with a migrant background tend to have lower educational performance and are more likely to leave school earl...


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