Why are asians smarter
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Every time my teacher slapped our tests face-down on our desks, I would peel up the corner of the page just enough to see the score, circled in red. The numbers were dropping quickly: 79, 64, My classmates and I were not coy about our grades. After class, we would hover outside the door and compare them.
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Why Asian Students Still Outdistance Americans
How Asians View Each Other | Pew Research Center
Print Americans rely on status markers like our college degrees, jobs, cars, homes, zip codes, and if you live in Los Angeles area codes to measure success. We also like to believe that those who are successful earned it through hard work, smarts, and grit. After all, this is what we learned from the American Dream, and it is how we justify why some people and groups are more successful than others. Take education, for example. In Los Angeles, Asians graduate from college at higher rates than all groups, including Whites. More than half 51 percent of Asians in LA have at least a college degree compared to 48 percent of whites, 26 percent of blacks, and 12 percent of Latinos.
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The real reason why Asian kids excel at school
For liberals it was all about keeping our cherished diversity or helping the disadvantaged; conservatives meanwhile lectured on merit-based admissions or how preferences will stigmatize beneficiaries of preferential treatment. And on and on. There is, however, one argument justifying putting a heavy thumb on the scale for blacks that is unspeakable, at least publicly.
Jefferson Mao Photo: Marco Grob. A few months ago, I received an e-mail from a young man named Jefferson Mao, who after attending Stuyvesant High School had recently graduated from the University of Chicago. Mao is waiting for me at the entrance of the Main Street subway station, and together we walk to a nearby Vietnamese restaurant.