, the language development schemes are functioning well, and the minimum school-leaving age is also set high ( Crul & Vermeulen, 2003 ).
Furthermore, the type of welfare state also influences the schoolintegration of migrant background children
Authors:Anna Katarzyna Wozniczka and Per-Åke Rosvall
Icelandic and/or maintenance and development of students’ mother tongues. Reykjavik, which has the highest number of immigrants, has recently implemented a new policy about schoolintegration and work with immigrant students that emphasizes diverse teaching