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The traditional immigrant receiving countries and the United Kingdom tend to have immigrant children with higher performance ...

„The traditional immigrant receiving countries and the United Kingdom tend to have smaller or even negative gaps […] It seems plausible that those countries with an established tradition of immigration and/or a strong English speaking presence have immigrant children with higher performance, although establishing a high, in contrast to a low, skills national immigration policy – exemplified by Australia, Canada and New Zealand’s point systems – also likely plays a role.“

Prof. Dr. Arthur Sweetman u. a., „Immigration: What About the Children and Grandchildren?“ (2014), S. 16