The Role Ethnicity Plays in Who Elementary Students Choose as Friends

@inproceedings{Waite2010TheRE,
  title={The Role Ethnicity Plays in Who Elementary Students Choose as Friends},
  author={Bryan Waite and Genan Taylor Anderson and Elaine Byrd and Talitha Hudgins and Julie A. Peterson Nelson and Mike Patch and Sue Simmerman},
  year={2010}
}
Friendships and their formation are an important part of the educational experience for K-12 students. With the ever increasing ethnic and racial diversity that is filling our schools, it is paramount that we examine how children choose their friends. This study examined whether or not race and ethnicity play a role in how children choose with whom they will spend their time. In order to determine this, a pre and post test was administers to two groups, treatment group and control group, of… CONTINUE READING

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