The Other Side of the Asian American Success Story
Reveals the bitter contrast between the educational experiences of new Asian immigrant groups and the Asian American success myth and describes the well-intentioned but harmful practices that provide immigrants with a separate and unequal education.
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The Asian American Academic Success Myth
The New Asian Americans
Lessons from Two Districts
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