Curriculum, family and others influential factors in second generation immigrants in Portugal
Llorent García, Vicente J.
Mata Justo, José Manuel
MateriaSecond generation migrant
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We realize a quantitative study based on an extensive questionnaire spent in all secondary schools in two large districts, such as Faro and Setubal, which have more than twenty five percent of total immigration to Portugal. For variables of sociological characterization of the students and their families were used frequencies to test the descriptive level and appropriated variables to inferential level. The other topics were subjected to several exploratory analysis factorial. The results presented here refer to the following factors: characteristics related to social and family environment of students, their academic routes, support and aid received by students and attributions of academic success. Finally, the data led us to discover relationships between factors influencing the improvement of the compulsory education of second generation immigrants in Portugal.