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National Education Longitudinal Study of 1988

National Education Longitudinal Study (1988)

The NELS:88 data can be used for policy-relevant research about educational processes and outcomes, for example: student learning; early and late predictors of dropping out; and school effects on students’ access to programs and equal opportunity to learn.

Educational Longitudinal Study of 2002

Educational Longitudinal Study (2002)

The Education Longitudinal Study of 2002 (ELS :2002) is designed to monitor the transition of a national sample of young people as they progress from tenth grade through high school and on to post-secondary education and/or the world of work.

Community Forces, Social Capital and Educational Achievement (2006)

Harvard Educational Review (2006)

In this article, Min Zhou and Susan Kim argue that immigration selectivity, higher than average levels of pre-migration and post-migration socioeconomic status, and ethnic social structures interact to create unique patterns of adaptation and social environments conducive to educational achievement.

The College Choice (2004)

The Review of Higher Education (2004)

This study examines differential college-choice behavior and outcomes among Asian Pacific American (APA) student sub-populations with the goal of examining the extent to which the Asian American population is, in fact, a homogeneous “model minority” in college destinations and decision-making processes.

Facts Not Fiction: Setting the Record Straight (2008)

CARE Report on AAPIs (2008)

This report focuses on three pervasive and core fictions about the Asian American and Pacific Islander community, which are examined in the context of empirical data.

iCount (2013)

CARE Report on AAPIs in Higher Education (2013)

This report discusses the extent to which Asian Americans and Pacific Islander students are a dynamic, heterogenous, and evolving population and the implications for how measurement standards and techniques are factors in how their educational needs, challenges and distribution are represented and understood.