Children of immigrants start life better off than U.S.-born children
By staff and wire services reports
July 24th, 2013
Children of Latino immigrants begin life with a substantial advantage over the children of U.S.-born Hispanics, faring better across areas such as education, health and economics, says a new study released today by the Foundation for Child Development, NBC Latino reports. Yet over time, the study finds persistent disparities in income, health insurance coverage and education disproportionately affect the children of Latino immigrants...