"This book could easily be included in the reading lists for university courses such as a comparative education, educational policy, and immigrant education, and could be a useful resource for teacher education, professional workshops, and policy makers."
—Zvi Bekerman, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
"The thought-provoking studies presented in Global Migration and Education provide an international perspective on the experiences of immigrant children and the school they attend." –Gail Shervey, International Migration & Integration (2008)
"Global Migration and Education: Schools, Children, and Families is a collection of 19 studies from 14 countries and 29 authors. It reflects an extraordinary understanding of the complexities that new immigrant and refugee children around the world face in school in their host countries...Although its focus is on preschool and elementary immigrant children and their families, application can easily be made for children of all ages and grades."--Karen Loerke, Alberta Journal of Educational Research Summer 2009, Volume 55.2