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Asian American Teachers in Predominantly White Education Systems

@inproceedings{Eckert2019AsianAT,
  title={Asian American Teachers in Predominantly White Education Systems},
  author={Candis Lee Eckert},
  year={2019}
}
In the current teacher retention crisis across the nation, Asian American teachers face an additional set of challenges around racism and stereotypes. This study explored how four Asian American elementary teachers viewed racism based on their upbringing as well as their experiences with racism in the teaching profession. The findings focused on six themes that exemplified how their perspectives shaped their abilities to not only identify racism in their workplaces but also how it impacted… 

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