Asian American Identities, Families, & Schooling
A volume in the series: Research on the Education of Asian Pacific Americans. Editor(s): Clara C. Park, California State University, Northridge. A. Lin Goodwin, Teachers College, Columbia University. Stacey J. Lee, City University of New York.
This anthology is the second volume in a series sponsored by the Special Interest Group-Research on the education of Asian and Pacific Americans (SIG-REAPA) of the American Educational Research Association and California Association for Asian and Pacific American Education. The series intends to be a national voice for the education of Asian and Pacific Americans, and provides an integral view of new knowledge in the field of Asian and Pacific American education from scholarly and educational practitioners’ perspectives. The current collection includes research-based articles by junior and senior scholars in the field of Asian and American education. The articles highlight both the success and the continuing struggles of Asian American students, teachers, and families. Students, educational practitioners, and scholars will find this book to be an important resource.
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- Asian American Education Identities, Racial Issues, and Languages
- Asian American Education Acculturation, Literacy Development, and Learning
- Asian and Pacific American Education Learning, Socialization, and Identity
- Educating Asian Americans Achievement, Schooling, and Identities
- Let’s Stop Calling it an Achievement Gap How Public Education in the United States Maintains Disparate Educational Experiences for Students of Color
- New Perspectives on Asian American Parents, Students and Teacher Recruitment
- Research on the Education of Asian Pacific Americans Vol. 1