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What does NYIN stand for?

NYIN stands for NESB (Non-English Speaking Background) Youth Issues Network (Australia)

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In the US, the National Commission on Writing (2003) has identified four challenges in the teaching of writing: (i) the need to recognise time as a key dimension of writing (ii) the need to develop assessment mechanisms that understand writing as a protracted process of planning, producing, revising and editing texts; (iii) the importance of integrating new technologies into the processes of writing; and (iv) the need to develop and disseminate approaches to and methods for teaching writing, including for NESB students.
Thus NESB immigrants were provided with financial incentives to attend English language courses to make them more employable in Australia (Adult Migrant English Program--AMEP); private-sector employers were encouraged to adopt equal opportunity principles towards NESB immigrants; and specialist labour market programs were implemented to prepare NESB professionals for mandatory entry exams in a range of traditionally closed professions such as medicine, engineering, and nursing (Hawthorne 2005).
This contradicts the study by Markus (1993) who stated that 'amongst the second generation, a key variable in determining primary identification appears to be birthplace of parents; this survey suggest that where both parents were born overseas--especially in NESB [non-English speaking background] countries--the Australian-born offspring are more likely to identify with their parents' country of birth' (Markus, 1993, p.