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Social Reproduction of Inequality: The Racial Composition of Feeder Schools to the University of California


by Robert Teranishi & Tara L. Parker - 2010


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 112 Number 6, 2010, p. 1575-1601
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15689, Date Accessed: 8/23/2019 5:27:28 AM
 
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  • Robert Teranishi
    New York University
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    ROBERT T. TERANISHI is associate professor of higher education at New York University, a faculty affiliate with the Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education Policy, and codirector for The National Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education. His research interrogates the complex relationship between the social construction of race and ethnicity, the stratification of college opportunity, and the social mobility of racial and ethnic minorities in American society.
  • Tara Parker
    University of Massachusetts Boston
    TARA L. PARKER is assistant professor of higher education at the University of Massachusetts Boston and director of the National Access and Remedial Education Policy Project. Her research focuses on higher education policy related to access and equity for historically underrepresented groups, particularly students of color. She is the author of “A Tale of Two Univer(cities): Race, Inequality, and Remediation” (with Leticia Tomas Bustillos).
 
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