LOS ANGELES — Asian Americans are often seen as successful students, but the stereotype masks “incredibly disconcerting” gaps in college outcomes among the multiple ethnic groups who make up the larger community in California, according to a new report released Tuesday. Among the first-year, full-time students who entered the University of California in 2013, six-year
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Hate crimes driven by homophobia and racism resulted in a 33% surge in reported incidents in California last year, following a similar spike in hate-driven attacks the year prior and confirming what officials have been hearing anecdotally since the pandemic began, the state’s attorney general said Tuesday.Attorney General Rob Bonta said that crimes against
Listen to the article 4 min This audio is auto-generated. Please let us know if you have feedback. Dive Brief: Enrollment of Asian American and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander students in California’s community colleges dropped 20% from fall 2019 to fall 2021, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is according to
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