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Maurice Crul
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Maurice Crul

Maurice Crul is General Coordinator of the international project, The Integration of the European Second Generation (TIES). He is also the principal investigator of the Children of Immigrants in School (CIS) project, which looks at second-generation Dominicans in New York and second-generation Moroccans in Amsterdam. Dr. Crul has published extensively on the educational careers of children of immigrants, both nationally and internationally. 

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Policy Briefs
November 2014
By  Maurice Crul and Jens Schneider
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Reports
June 2009
By  Maurice Crul and Jens Schneider
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Policy Briefs
September 2007
By  Maurice Crul

There is an ongoing debate over the children born to Europe's guest workers of the 1960s and 1970s: Can they move up the educational ladder, or will they form a new underclass in Europe's largest cities? Maurice Crul of the University of Amsterdam compares outcomes for second-generation Turkish children across five countries.

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Policy Briefs
November 2014
Mentoring programs can target many core needs of children with an immigrant background that schools are not equipped to address, by providing specific and personalized support on the road to academic success. This policy brief prepared for the SIRIUS Network explores how European Union policymakers can make mentoring projects an integral part of the educational landscape at the EU level.
Reports
June 2009

Report examines the findings of a survey conducted by The Integration of the European Second Generation (TIES), which compares data for second-generation Turks with parents of comparable backgrounds across contextual factors in seven European countries to explore why educational outcomes vary within the target group.

Policy Briefs
September 2007

This policy brief examines the social mobility prospects of the children of Turkish immigrants across five EU nations—Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, and the Netherlands—and seeks to identify institutional arrangements that promote their academic success and transition into the labor market.

Articles

There is an ongoing debate over the children born to Europe's guest workers of the 1960s and 1970s: Can they move up the educational ladder, or will they form a new underclass in Europe's largest cities? Maurice Crul of the University of Amsterdam compares outcomes for second-generation Turkish children across five countries.