Opportunity at the Crossroads: Racial Inequality, School Segregation, and Higher Education in California


by Robert Teranishi, Walter R. Allen & Daniel G. Solórzano - 2004

This article addresses the stubborn and persistent underrepresentation of African American and Chicano/Latino in California higher education by examining the academic resources, performance, and postsecondary outcomes of students from public high schools with different racial and social class compositions. The results from this study provide evidence for the degree to which social stratification in California public higher education is associated with racial segregation and inequities in educational resources and postsecondary preparation during high school.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 106 Number 11, 2004, p. 2224-2245
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 12765, Date Accessed: 4/1/2020 12:58:48 PM

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