Do Asians dominate U.S. Ivy League Colleges?

A new report identifies that actually there are more challenges as well to Asians instead of just being the the top minority in top U.S. colleges.

An excerpt from the article:

“…the report issued Monday pokes holes in stereotypes about Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders, including the perception that they cluster in science, technology, engineering and math. And it points out that the term “Asian-American” is extraordinarily broad, embracing members of many ethnic groups.”

For more on that news, click here.

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2 responses to “Do Asians dominate U.S. Ivy League Colleges?

  1. marina

    Is it bad to stereotype a culture as being super smart?

    Marina
    Your trusty philologist

  2. I don’t think anyone ever minds being labeled positive things, I guess. It’s when the negative connotations that come with it that people get offended or call it a negative/stereotype.

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