Impact Of Immigrating To The United States

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Immigrating to the United States at the age of thirteen has significantly impacted my educational experiences and outcomes. When I came to the United States, I was placed in the seventh grade. From the start, I had many troubles assimilating because of the language barrier, which had a major impact on my learning processes and grades. As my English skills were improved, my educational experiences reflected the change. However, thinking analytically and reflecting on class discussions, I always find myself trapped in a bubble when thinking about my family 's social class standing. In Belarus, my family was considered middle-class, and once we moved to the U.S, I am quite confused as to what class we are now. If my family was considered middle
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