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         Asian-american Education:     more books (100)
  1. Asian Americans in Higher Education and at Work by Jayjia Hsia, 1987-10-01
  2. Making Education Work: Latin American Ideas And Asian Results
  3. The Other Side of the Asian American Success Story (Jossey Bass Education Series) by Wendy Walker-Moffat, 1995-08-15
  4. Asian- And Pacific- American Perspectives in Bilingual Education: Comparative Research (Bilingual Education Series)
  5. Mothering, Education, and Ethnicity : The Transformation of Japanese American Culture (Asian Americans, Reconceptualizing Culture, History, Politics Series, Volume 7) by Susan Matoba Adler, 1998-09-01
  6. Asian Pacific American Women in Higher Education: Claiming Visibility & Voice by Shirley Hune, 1998-01
  7. Conducting Research on Asian Americans in Higher Education: New Directions for Institutional Research (J-B IR Single Issue Institutional Research)
  8. The Asian-Pacific American: A Continuing Education Service From SK&F (Book & Audio Tape Set) (Cultural issues In Contemporary Psychiatry) by SMITH, KLINE, et all 1978
  9. Obama restores Asian American initiative, gives education department a lead role.(noteworthy news)(Barack Obama): An article from: Diverse Issues in Higher Education by Charles Dervarics, 2009-11-12
  10. Sexual health education disparities in Asian American adolescents.(Ask the Expert): An article from: Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing by Tsui-Sui Kao, 2006-01-01
  11. Asian and Pacific Islander American Education: Social, Cultural, and Historical Contexts
  12. Asian Studies in American Secondary Education a Report on Two Conferences Sponsored By the Association for Asian Studies and the U. S. Office of Education by Elliot L. / Marland, S. P. / U. S. Department Of Health Education An Richardson, 1972
  13. Asian American field survey: Summary of the data by Education, and Welfare. Division for Asian American Affairs, . United States. Dept. of Health, 1977-01-01
  14. Education, Youth, Leadership, Labor: Asian Pacific American and Latino Perspectives

61. Education Policy Studies Laboratory: Language Policy Research Unit--Arizona Stat
CambodianAmerican students. In CC Park MM Chi's Asian American EducationProspects and Challenges. Westport, CT Bergin Garvey.
Wayne E. Wright is a doctoral student and graduate research assistant in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Program at Arizona State University. He currently serves as an editorial assistant with the Journal of Language, Identity, and Education , and recently served as an editorial assistant with the Bilingual Research Journal Wright is fluent in Khmer (Cambodian); prior to coming to ASU he worked as a bilingual Khmer (Cambodian) teacher in California in one of the only bilingual Khmer educational programs in the country, and was instrumental in establishing the program in his school. He has an MA degree in Language, Literacy, and Learning from California State University, Long Beach. His MA Thesis, The Education of Cambodian American Students in the Long Beach Unified School District: A Language and Educational Policy Analysis was awarded the Most Outstanding Thesis Award. Wright has lived and worked in Cambodia where he provided training and technical assistance in the education and human rights sectors. He currently serves as the webmaster for the National Association for the Education and Advancement of Cambodian, Laotian, and Vietnamese Americans (NAFEA)

62. Asian Media Access :: Media Education
Asian Media Access' Media education programs aim to provide Asian American youthnot only with the basics of media production and literacy, but with a sense of
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The continued marginalization of Asian Americans within the world of media is only a direct reflection of their marginalization within mainstream American society. To combat future perpetuation of such disregard, the seeds of inspiration must be planted within our youth. Asian Media Access' Media Education programs aim to provide Asian American youth not only with the basics of media production and literacy, but with a sense of self-reliance, a better understanding of themselves and their community, an increased enthusiasm for various career opportunities, and the motivation to work towards equal opportunities for Asian Americans in the media world. By planting these seeds within these youth, we can begin to obliterate the intimidation that continues to keep them from achieving their goals and help set them on the path to personal and social success. Goals
  • To encourage Asian American youth (specifically those from low-income and immigrant backgrounds) to pursue higher education and alternative career choices. To provide Asian American role models and mentors for Asian American youth.

63. Asian American Organizations
of New York Asian American Federation of New York - Asian Americans for Equality- Asian American Legal Defense and education Fund - Asian American Writers
Asian and Asian American Organizations
We do not necessarily have the link for every organization. If you wish to see a listing of organizations within any particular State, please select the State of your choice for a description of all listed Asian organizations California (Southern) District of Columbia Hawaii Illinois ... Japan America Society of Alabama
Arkansas Alaska Arizona Arizona Asian American Association
Asian Chamber of Commerce
Arkansas California (Northern) - Aasra
Asian American Arts Foundation

Asian American Bar Association of Greater Bay Area

Asian American Journalists Association/National

Asian American Recovery Services, Inc.
Asian American Manufacture Association
- Asian American Women's Alliance
Asian American Journalists Association
- National Asian Americans for Community Involvement Asian Community Mental Health Services Asian Health Services - Asian Immigrant Women Advocates Asian Inc. Asian Law Alliance Asian Law Caucus Asian Neighborhood Design ... Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach - Asian Women's Shelter Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations Chinese Culture Center Chinese for Affirmative Action - Chinese Progressive Association East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation Filipino American Chamber of Santa Clara, County

A new study focuses on the glass ceilingthose artificial...... Library LIFEDU Keywords ASIAN AMERICAN HIGHER education GLASS CEILING FACULTYAERA

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Asian American Faculty and the Glass Ceiling?
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Description: A new study focuses on the glass ceilingthose artificial barriers to achievement often experienced by White women and racial minorities in the professional world. (Am. Educational Research J., Fall 2002)
Do Asian American Faculty Face a Glass Ceiling in Higher Education?
WASHINGTON, December 20,2002 A new study published in the Fall 2002 issue of the American Educational Research Journal (AERJ) focuses on the glass ceilingthose artificial barriers to achievement often experienced by White women and racial minorities in the professional world.
In all academic fields of higher education, contrary to expectations, no consistent evidence for a glass ceiling emerged for Asian Americans, according to Professor Sharon M. Lee, Professor of Sociology at Portland State University. She observed a more complex picture when the effects of particular independent variables such as academic rank, tenure, years of experience, productivity, and field or area of specialization were further evaluated.
Asian Americans have fewer paths available than White faculty to increase earnings and that several characteristics translate to higher salaries for Whites but not for Asian Americans, Professor Lee found. "Whites derive substantial and statistically significant benefits from being male, being native born, being a professor or associate professor, having at least a low level of publications, and being located in the West. In contrast, Asian Americans either are negatively affected by the same characteristics or experience very small and statistically non-significant positive effects," Professor Lee wrote.

65. Asian American Studies Program
Areas examined in Asian American Studies include immigration and social history,race and work experiences encompass such disciplines as education, film and

66. Wiley :: New Directions For Student Services, Working With Asian American Colleg
Wiley education Higher education Student Services Development Workingwith Asian American College Students New Directions for Student Services 97.,,0787962929,00.html
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New Directions for Student Services, Using Technology to Promote Student Learning: Opportunities for Today and Tomorrow, No. 78 Summer 1997 (Paperback)

Catherine McHugh Engstrom (Editor), Kevin W. Kruger (Editor)
Involving Colleges: Successful Approaches to Fostering Student Learning and Development Outside the Classroom (Paperback)

How College Affects Students: Findings and Insights from Twenty Years of Research (Paperback)

Ernest T. Pascarella, Patrick T. Terenzini Service-Learning: A Movement's Pioneers Reflect on Its Origins, Practice, and Future (Paperback) Timothy K. Stanton, Dwight E. Giles, Jr., Nadinne I. Cruz New Directions for Higher Education, Involving Commuter Students in Learning, No. 109 (Paperback)

67. Columbia College Bulletin
Asian American studies addresses the neglect of Asian Americans by traditionaldisciplines and advances an education reflective of and relevant to the
Asian-American Studies
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East Asian Languages and Cultures
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History 930 IAB; 854-1721 School of Law 8E18 Greene; 854-3049 E. Valentine Daniel Anthropology 957 Schermerhorn Extension; 854-7764 Nicholas B. Dirks Anthropology/History 452 Schermerhorn Extension; 854-4552 David Eng English and Comparative Literature 408I Philosophy; 854-4016 Carol N. Gluck History 912 IAB; 854-2591 Jean Howard English and Comparative Literature; 606A Philosophy; 854-6225 Manning Marable African-American Studies 758 Schermerhorn Extension; 854-7002 Gary Y. Okihiro International and Public Affairs 623 Fayerweather; 854-3662 Tazuko Shibusawa School of Social Work 601 McVickar; 854-5010

68. Background On AACP
Special Service Award for a lifetime of work in advancing Asian American Studies. .Community Career education Center, San Mateo, CA, Honoring Excellence in
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Our mission is to educate the public about the great diversity of the Asian American experience, through the books that we distribute; fostering cultural awareness and to educate Asian Americans about their own heritage, instilling a sense of pride. AACP believes that the knowledge which comes from the use of appropriate materials can accomplish these goals.
The Asian American Curriculum Project, Inc. has been an award winning non-profit voluntary educational organization since 1969. Our original name was Japanese American Curriculum Project JACP, Inc. Since our beginning in 1969, we have grown to offer the most complete collection of Asian American books. Materials include literature, folk tales, posters, magazine, tapes on language and music, games, activities, teachers guides, dictionaries, bilingual materials and reference books on history, social issues and education.
Shizue Yoshina, Vice President, Los Gatos, California

69. Education World® - *Social Sciences : Cultural Studies : Asian American
Get info on Asian American organizations, the brownbag lecture series, specialevents and AAPI staff. Copyright 2000 by education World, Inc.

70. Arts-In-Education
This workshop is presented by Witness Tree Literary Arts education,and is hosted by The Asian American Writers1 Workshop. Students

71. Linguistic Perspective
CambodianAmerican Students This is an article I have written that has been publishedin the Book Asian American education Prospects and Challenges (1998), co
Linguistic Perspective on the Education of Cambodian-American Students
This is an article I have written that has been published in the Book: Asian American Education: Prospects and Challenges
Information on the book appears below.
Linguistic Background of Cambodian-American Students
Implications for English Instruction
Contrastive Description of Khmer and English
Morphology and Syntax
Semantics and Lexicon
Writing Systems Pragmatics and Sociolinguistic Aspects Possible Problems and Difficulties of Cambodian Students Learning English Pronunciation Grammar Vocabulary Spelling and Writing Sociolinguistic Aspects Strategies for English Language Development Working with Cambodian-American Students Suggestions for Administrators Suggestions for Teachers Information on the Book appears below: As the first comprehensive survey of major Asian-American groups for educators, this book expounds both linguistic and sociocultural backgrounds of eight Asian American groups (Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Hmong, Laotian, and Vietnamese) and how Asian-American students fare American public schools socially, culturally and linguistically. Each chapter illuminates the unique educational issues, needs and challenges of its respective ethnic group and provides very practical and insightful suggestions for teachers, administrators and support service providers who work in public schools as well as teacher educators, who are the intended readership of our book.

72. Asian American Voices For Affirmative Action By Paul Rockwell - In Motion Magazi
students were to attend certain UC campuses that are exclusively Asian and white,such segregated education would not prepare Asian American students to assume
Asian American Voices for Affirmative Action by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California
In a flip remark last June, University of California (UC) Regents Ward Connerly said: "I would be quite comfortable with only white and Asian students at UC, I have no problem with that."
It was Henry Der, Chair of Chinese for Affirmative Action who took Connerly and Pete Wilson to task. In his eloquent address to the UC Regents, August 20th, Der said: "If Asian American students were to attend certain UC campuses that are exclusively Asian and white, such segregated education would not prepare Asian American students to assume leadership positions in a multiracial California society. As a parent, I do not want any of my three children to experience or choose a segregated college education."
Pete Wilson's attempt to foment hostility between Asian American and African American communities has already backfired. Asian American support for affirmative action is growing. Throughout California's communities of color there is an awakened sense that an injury to one is an injury to all.
Filipinos for Affirmative Action, the Asian Law Caucus, the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance; Kimi Lee, Executive Director of tbe University of California Student Association; and Eddie Wong, Western Region Rainbow Coalition Director, are playing an active role in defending affirmative action for America.

73. Diversity Links
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American Council on Education Chronicle of Higher Education New York State Office of Higher Education United States Dept. of Education ... ERIC on Higher Education Government Earned Doctorates in the U.S.

74. - Search Results - Everything For Education K-12!
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75. Asian American Studies Resources
Community Health Organizations. Council for Asian American Studies education;East West Players Asian Pacific American Theatre; Lambda Phi
Asian American Studies Resources
Flower Cloth of the Hmong,
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Resources at Princeton
Associations and Organizations Asian Americans APA Electronic Publications ... Departments, Institutes, Programs, and Centers Resources at Princeton
  • Princeton University Homepage Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding - Ethnic Studies: Asian American Studies Library Homepage Library Catalogs ... Thai American Student Organization
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  • Cambodian Americans Chinese American Hmong American Filipino American ... Vietnamese American

  • Archival Collections and Museums
  • California Ethnic Multicultural Archives (CEMA) houses the following: Asian American Theater Company

  • Archives, Robert Billigmeier Collection (Japanese evacuation and relocation study-Tule Lake Relocation Center), the
    Chinese American Voters Education Committee, Inc. Archives, the Iris Chang Papers (Chinese American writer),
    Chinese American Political Association Archives, Michio Ito Collection (Japanese American dancer and choreographer),
    Genny Lim Papers (Chinese American playwright, poet, performance artist), Ester Soriano-Hewitt Papers (Filipina

    76. Southeast Asian Campus Learning, Education, And Retention
    by the UCLA Asian American Studies Center and Department of English. This articlecomes from Southeast Asian Campus Learning, education, and Retention http

    77. Academic
    Anthropology 381 (Globalization and Asian Diasporas) educational Policy Studies300 (Asian American education) educational Policy Studies 399 (Biography as
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    Undergraduate Minor in Asian American Studies
    The UIUC Asian American Studies Program offers an interdisciplinary minor. This minor will provide an excellent opportunity for interested students to acquire a multicultural understanding of the U.S. and provide a context for students who want to continue their studies in a professional school graduate program, work in the fields of education, politics, or community relations or broaden their horizons beyond a specific discipline for personal enhancement and development. The minor will offer students an opportunity to study a coherent multidisciplinary program in Asian American Studies. Minor Requirements:
    The Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will certify that a student has completed the program for the Minor upon recommendation by the Director of the Asian American Studies Program. An advisor will approve a student's course program and monitor the student's progress in meeting course requirements. A studentÂ’s plan of courses for the minor must be approved by the Asian American Studies Program. A minimum grade point average of 2.75 is required for completion of courses taken in this program. The minor requires 21 hours of courses selected from each of the following categories. No course may be used to satisfy more that one requirement. Only two courses at the 100-level may be credited for the minor.

    78. Reference Library Of Asian America
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    79. Trade Education Events: Asian American Career Fair '96
    Trade education Events, Title Asian American Career Fair '96. AsianMarket Advertising Corporation and Asian American Alliance. Co

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