Student Perceptions of Teacher Ethnic Bias: A Comparison of Mexican American and Non-Latino White Dropouts and Students. (Article, 2002) [WorldCat.org]
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Student Perceptions of Teacher Ethnic Bias: A Comparison of Mexican American and Non-Latino White Dropouts and Students.

Author: Jeffrey C Wayman
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:High School Journal, v85 n3 (Feb-Mar 2002): 27-37
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A study examining student perceptions of teacher ethnic bias surveyed 2,409 Mexican American and non-Latino white adolescent dropouts and students from three communities in the southwestern United States. Although perceptions of teacher ethnic bias were not rampant, such perceptions existed to a greater degree among dropouts, Mexican Americans, and males. (Contains 22 references.) (TD)
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey C Wayman
ISSN:0018-1498
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 425731670
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A study examining student perceptions of teacher ethnic bias surveyed 2,409 Mexican American and non-Latino white adolescent dropouts and students from three communities in the southwestern United States. Although perceptions of teacher ethnic bias were not rampant, such perceptions existed to a greater degree among dropouts, Mexican Americans, and males. (Contains 22 references.) (TD)

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