CAs and Education

CAs and Education - Chinese Americans and Education

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    Chinese Americans and Education Social Class and Educational Experience
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    Class Differences: Spending on Children Rich: $261,270 Middle Class:  $178,590 Low Income:  $130,290 * Annette Lareau. 2003. Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race, and Family Life . Berkeley: UC Press ; USDA, 2004. “Expenditures on Children by Families, 2003 .”
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    Class Differences: Educational Achievement* * College Board, 2000. Average SAT scores by Family Income SAT Verbal SAT Math Less than $10,000 425 447 $20,000-$30,000 471 478 $40,000-$50,000 503 505 $60,000-$70,000 517 522 More than $100,000 558 571 All  505 514
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    Chinese American Educational Bifurcation, 2000 Census Whites Chinese Not Proficient in English 0.7% 32.3% Less than High School 15.3 23.6 College 25.3 46.3 Adv Degree 3.0 8.5 Median Personal Income $23,640 $20,000 Poverty Rate 9.4 13.1 Hi Skill Occupation 21.4 41.9 Prestige 47 65
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    Chinese American Educational Advantages: Social Capital Ethnic 
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