Mexico - U.S. migration patterns: implications for the development of binational collaboration in adult education
Publisher: California Department of Education
Published At: Sacramento, CA
Date Published: 1991
Distributor: Youth, Adult, and Alternative Educational Services Division, California Department of Education
Source Address: P.O. Box 944272
Source City/State/Zip: Sacramento CA 94244-2720
Material Type: Conference Paper
Intended Audience: Policy Maker
Physical Media: Print
Subjects: Migrants; Migration Patterns; Migrant Adult Education
This paper on Mexico-U.S. immigration trends was presented at the Border States Conference in San Diego on December 10, 1991. Five key points are made with implications: migrant destinations, increasing size of flow, shuttle migrant phenomena, results of skills gap, and demographic composition.
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