Minority/Ethnic School Achievement Research Paper by The Research Group

Minority/Ethnic School Achievement
Academic performance. Variations from mainstream European-American students. Issues. Cultural & sociopolitical theories. Socioeconomic tactics. Government interventions (Head Start). Specific examples from New Jersey & other countries.
# 11005 | 4,725 words | 19 sources | 2001 | US
Published on May 16, 2003 in Education (Social Issues)

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"The question is not if there is a difference in performance levels in the school system between minority group members and members of the European-American mainstream, but why the differences exist. There have been many types of theories proposed on racial/ethnic difference, including theories based in racialism or racist assumptions, theories based on socioeconomic explanations, and theories based on cultural explanations. The intention in this study is to explore some of the issues involved in minority school performance, the theories regarding that performance, the success of government intervention, effect of socioeconomic status, and the experience of other ..."

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