Protest against racial quotas during a rally outside the Supreme Court in Washington in 2015.
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Scholars argue that the complaint of bias against Harvard reflects a flawed understanding of affirmative action policies.
A voter drops off her election ballot at a drop box in Oregon.
Asian Americans are the wealthiest, best-educated and fastest-growing segment of voters in the US. They are also increasingly voting Democratic.
It’s time to look more closely at poverty statistics.
Childhood poverty is growing among some groups of Asian Americans.
What is behind Asian-American success?
Nicola Sapiens De Mitri
Asian-American kids are often viewed as high-achieving and smart. Does such a stereotype contribute to their academic success?
Despite criticism from segments of the community, affirmative action helps many disadvantaged Asian-Americans.
Not all Asian-Americans are high-achieving model minorities. What happens when the myth of Asian disadvantage hurts some of the most marginalized students in the US?
Second-generation immigrant students have a unique advantage.
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A new study has found that second-generation immigrant kids have a unique advantage over first-generation or even third-generation immigrants.