Children of Immigrants
Lisa Coyne, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Suffolk University, will lead panelists in a conversation on how the experience of immigration, immigration policy, and demographic trends affect school readiness, literacy, and the emotional development of children of immigrants.
To Reserve: There is no fee for this event, which is open to the public. Reservations are required but cannot be accepted until Wednesday, March 2. To reserve, please call the Athenæum’s events line, 617-720-7600.
This panel discussion will be held at the Boston Athenæum
Funding for the Civic Discourse Initiative has been provided by the Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Programming Fund at the Boston Athenæum and by Suffolk University’s College of Arts and Sciences.