BURUNDIAN CHILDREN Name Professor Course Date BURUNDIAN CHILDREN 1. In your group list the needs that Burundian children may experience as immigrants. Be prepared to place those needs on the board. Immigrant Burundian children face several challenges in their host country. The first challenge is single parenting (Dryden-Peterson 2015). War dispersed some of the families that immigrated to the United States looking for safety. Not all of them who managed to escape as a family; hence some of the children are brought up by a single parent. Single parents are at times unable to offer the necessary supervision. The second challenge is limited personal care (Dryden-Peterson 2015). The children receive limited personal care from the parent and the authorities. The children who do not go to of education to them and their children. The Human Service Workers need to show them real-life examples of how education transforms children’s lives the family and the society. Literacy improves the reasoning of a child but the Burundi parents remain hesitant to support and encourage their children to do their best at school. Work cited Dryden-Peterson S. (2015). The educational experiences of refugee children in countries of first asylum. Washington DC: Migration Policy Institute. Bates D. Burman E. Ejike-King L. & Rufyiri C. (2012). Healthy transitions: a community- based participatory research approach with Burundians with refugee status. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 16(3) 153-174. Heller M. & Martin-Jones M. (Eds.). (2001). Voices of authority: Education and linguistic difference (Vol. 1). Greenwood Publishing Group. Burundian Culture. Retrieved from https://www.ecald.com/assets/Resources/C3-P2-S4-Burundian-Culture.pdf [...]
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