Asian American Students
Equity & Diversity Anti-Asian Violence: What Schools Should Start Doing About It
Asian-Americans are often erased from the curriculum and even from schools' social justice work. Five educators discuss how to change that.
Equity & Diversity Not All Asian Americans Are the Same. So Why Do School Data Treat Us That Way?
And it's not just Asian communities hurt by the laziness of our data systems, warns educator and organizer Godfrey Santos Plata.
Education Stereotypes Turn Up Pressure on Asian Students, Lower Their Own Expectations
Stereotypes can undermine Asian-American students' college goals.
Education Opinion Why Asian-Minority Data Need Better Division
Asian-American Pacific Islander students include but are not limited to Chinese, Cambodian, Vietnamese, Laotian, and Samoan Americans, yet are all placed under the racial group "Asian" by the Department of Education. This often makes it difficult to compile academic statistics associated with each subgroup.
Recruitment & Retention In Efforts to Boost Teacher Diversity, Asians and Pacific Islanders Seek Inclusion
Diversity-centered recruitment initiatives often target the two largest minority groups: African-Americans and Hispanics. Advocates say more efforts are needed to boost the numbers of other underrepresented ethnicities.
Assessment Among Asian-American Students, Pacific Islanders Struggle
Examining ACT scores shows that among Asian students, Pacific Islanders are struggling academically.
School & District Management Analysis Pokes Holes in Asian-American 'Model Minority' Stereotype
An analysis of Census data finds that Asian-Americans with the same level of education as whites generally earn less money.