Immigrant children from Muslim communities come from a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and speak 60 different languages. Some of their religious beliefs, values, and practices have created issues and challenges for Western society. This article provides basic information about Muslim and Islamic practices, issues, and challenges Muslim immigrant children face in schools and offers some suggestions for teachers on how to accommodate Muslim immigrants in the United States.
Md-Yunus, ShamAh, "Muslim Immigrant Children in the United States: Practical Suggestions for Teachers" (2015). Faculty Research and Creative Activity. 94.