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Student Perceptions of Teacher Ethnic Bias: Implications for Teacher Preparation and Staff Development

This study investigated the perceptions of 2,409 7th-12th graders regarding teacher ethnic bias. Participants comprised three groups: school dropouts, students at risk of dropping out, and a control group of students. Students responded to questions regarding teachers' liking of Mexican American students and non-Latino white students.

  • Contributor: Wayman, Jeffrey C.
  • Date Published: 03-30
  • Year: 2002

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