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Abada, Teresa, Feng Hou and Bali Ram. 2009. “Ethnic differences in educational attainment among the children of Canadian immigrants.” Canadian Journal of Sociology. Vol. 34, no. 1. p. 1–28.

Blad, Cory and Philippe Couton. 2009. “The rise of an intercultural nation: Immigration, diversity and nationhood in Quebec.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Vol. 35, no. 4. p. 645–667.

Bonikowska, Aneta, Feng Hou and Garnett Picot. 2015. Changes in the Regional Distribution of New Immigrants to Canada. Analytical Studies Branch Research Paper Series. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 11F0019M – No. 366. Ottawa.

Brochu, Pierre, Marie-Anne Deussing, Koffi Houme and Maria Chuy. 2013. Measuring Up: Canadian Results of the OECD PISA Study. The Performance of Canada’s Youth in Mathematics, Reading and Science. 2012 First Results for Canadians Aged 15. Toronto. Council of Ministers of Education, Canada.

Carlson, Kathryn Blaze. 2014. “Math wars: The division over how to improve test scores.” The Global and Mail. January 10.

Finnie, Ross. 2012. “Access to post-secondary education: The importance of culture.” Children and Youth Services Review. Vol. 34, no. 6. June. p. 1161–1170.

Foley, Kelly, Giovanni Gallipoli and David A. Green. 2014. “Ability, parental valuation of education, and the high school dropout decision.” Journal of Human Resources. Vol. 49, no. 4. Fall. p. 906–944.

Nadeau, Serge and Aylin Seckin. 2010. “The immigrant wage gap in Canada: Quebec and the rest of Canada.” Canadian Public Policy. Vol. 36, no. 3. September. p. 265–285.

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Pandey, Manish and James Townsend. 2013. “Provincial nominee programs: An evaluation of the earnings and settlement rates of nominees.” Canadian Public Policy. Vol. 39, no. 4. December. p. 603–618.

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