The United States
The immigrants in the educational institutions of United States observe different racial behavior from the Native Americans. This segregation is experienced in terms of culture, language, and race where the minority in education systems face challenges. Latin and South Americans in comparison to Asians Likewise the immigrants from South America and Latin America, the immigrants from Asia and Mexico also approach the United States with the purpose of attaining higher education. In a large number of Asian and Latin immigrants approaches the United States and make investments for educational achievement. However, these Asian and Latin immigrants experience the marginalization of prejudice and stereotypes in schools by Native Americans. Comparatively, the authors further report that throughout the educational institutions in The United States there are evidences of immigrant advantage held by Asians over Latin American immigrants especially from Mexico.
The Asian immigrants have higher educational achievements and performance in secondary schools in comparison to the other non-natives as well as native white students. Asian students are more engaged in education and tend to show relatively higher performance in comparison to other immigrant groups from Vietnam, Mexico, and Venezuela Chinese immigrants experienced overt discrimination from other immigrant groups and were banned during 1960s. However, the recent reforms and immigration policies have encouraged participation of Chinese immigrants for the education as well as occupation purposes. Currently, there are large numbers of Chinese immigrants that have migrated to the United States with the purpose of attaining job opportunities than for education. Regardless of the particular immigrant groups, due to the difference in culture, language and race, they experience segregation from the Native Americans. Chinese immigrants also perform better than other immigrant groups because they are engaged in making concrete plans for future whereas Latin American immigrants only focus on working hard. Additionally, there is higher involvement of parental support due to strong family ties among Chinese immigrants in contrast to other groups of immigrants. As far as Latin American immigrants are concerned, they are motivated in terms of cultural and language support that limits their segregation concerns. On the other hand, the educational institutions in America also plays the significant role in addressing the concerns of immigrants.
A number of community-based programs are formulated to address the concerns of Latino immigrants. Especially immigrants from Latin America in the U.S. have the high proportion of Limited English Proficient (LEP) about 64.7 percent along with the 46.6 percent Asians, 29.8 percent Europeans. It is because Latin American maintains their Spanish-Language use together with the English language more than the other immigrant groups of the world. The major factor that limits the immigrants to attain educational opportunities is the cultural and language barrier. Moreover, the educational system of US requires proficient English language skills for enhancing educational experiences which immigrants cannot address. Thus, it indicates that language is one of the major reasons that limit the educational experiences of immigrants who approach the United States for educational purposes.