Reports & Publications

Partnership for Equity in Education through Research (PEER): Findings from the First Year of Research on AANAPISIs 2013

The 2013 CARE Report is the first of a series of reports that share results from PEER, and focuses primarily on findings from the first year of the project. To provide context, we begin by sharing baseline information about the AANAPISI program and AANAPISI institutions nationally. This report also presents findings from co-investigative inquiry activities with campus partners and discusses the extent to which being an AANAPISI improves institutional capacity to respond to the needs of AAPI students.

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iCount: A Data Quality Movement for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Higher Education 2013

The 2013 iCount Report This report was made possible through the generous funding from the Educational Testing Service (ETS). This report provides both the need and rationale for disaggregated data and discusses the extent to which AAPI students are a dynamic, heterogeneous, and evolving population and the implications for how measurement standards and techniques are factors in how their educational needs, challenges, and distribution are represented and understood. The report highlights how access to and use of these data increase and more influence higher education's ability to be more responsive to the needs of AAPI sub-groups.

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CARE Policy Briefs - 2012

The Attitudes of Asian Americans Toward Affirmative Action
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Asian Americans And The Benefits Of Campus Diversity: What The Research Says
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Do Asian Americans Benefit From Race-Blind College Admissions Policies?
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Asian American And Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions:
Areas Of Growth, Innovation, And Collaboration
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The Relevance of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the College Completion Agenda 2011

The 2011 CARE Report aims to raise awareness about the relevance of AAPI students to offer a broader vision of a higher education agenda that is inclusive of one of America's most underserved communities.

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Federal Higher Education Policy Priorities and the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community 2010

The 2010 CARE Report focuses most intently on areas of emerging importance related to how AAPIs are positioned within the context of higher education policy priorities. Specifically, the report focuses on three areas of higher education that are critical for AAPIs and the nation looking forward: 1) education and workforce development needs of AAPIs, 2) AAPIs in the community college sector, and 3) AAPIs and minority-serving institution legislation.

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Facts, Not Fiction: Setting the Record Straight 2008

The 2008 CARE Report seeks to improve U.S. education for all students by expanding the way education leaders, federal and state policy-makers, and the public understand the complexities, inequities, and strengths of the U.S. educational system. This report is intended to encourage realistic and actionable discussions about how societal distinctions of race, class, ethnicity, language, and other cultural factors are constituted in the day-to-day operations of American schools.

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