Despite these challenges, Kids & Paper believes that when resettled kids are supported by social structures & targeted assistance, they make rapid progress in their
education & thrive as members of their community.
Certain hygiene practices, school dances or even using scissors can be completely foreign concepts for resettled kids. Social customs & hierarchies can be hard for an average American kid to navigate, let alone a newly arrived kid.
There are a host of complications resettled kids encounter in the American education system; Language barriers are the biggest challenge.
While practicing English, many resettled kids have a difficult time making new friends which leads them to face social isolation.
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Despite these challenges, Kids & Paper believes that when resettled kids are supported by social structures & targeted assistance, they make rapid progress in their education & thrive as members of their community.
Certain hygiene practices, school dances or even using scissors can be completely foreign concepts for resettled kids. Social customs & hierarchies can be hard for an average
There are a host of complications resettled kids encounter in the American education system; Language barriers are the biggest challenge.
While practicing English, many resettled kids have a difficult time making new friends which leads them to face social isolation.
American kid to navigate, let alone a newly arrived kid.
WHY WE DO IT
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WHY WE DO IT
Despite these challenges, Kids & Paper believes that when resettled kids are supported by social structures & targeted assistance, they make rapid progress in their education & thrive as members of their community.
Certain hygiene practices, school dances or even using scissors can be completely foreign concepts for resettled kids. Social customs & hierarchies can be hard for an average American kid to navigate, let alone a newly arrived kid.
There are a host of complications resettled kids encounter in the American education system; Language barriers are the biggest challenge.
While practicing English, many resettled kids have a difficult time making new friends which leads them to face social isolation.

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