Asian-American Education: Historical Background and Current Realities

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Index
Note: Page references followed by n. and a number refer to numbered footnotes.
A
Abella, Domingo, 98, 100
Aborigines, Taiwanese, 227, 228
Achievement
American Samoan, 268
and Americanization, 144
Asian Indian in U.S., 305-306
Chinese American, 32-33, 37
Filipino, 104, 108, 110-111
Hmong, 189
Japanese American, 55, 61, 144
model minority myth and, 315-320
Taiwanese, 230
Vietnamese American, 142-145
Acton, Lord John, 290
Affirmative-action policies, 23-24, 117-118
African-Americans
and Chinese, 33-34
conflicts with Asian Americans, 89, 142, 148, 189
and model minority, 67, 313
segregation and exclusion, 17, 121
Agassi, Judith, 207
Aggarwal, J. C., 300, 307
Agoncillo, Teodoro A., 107
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 101
Aguon, Katherine B., 242
Ahlburg, Dennis A., 263-264
Akila, R., 295-296
Alegado, Dean T., 116
Alexander, William J., 252-253
All-India Muslim Educational Conference, 293
American colonialism
in Micronesia, 245-255
in the Philippines, 102-104, 111
in Samoa, 259-269, 280-281
American Federation of Teachers, 60
American Samoan education
language and culture issues in, 264-267
missionary schools, 260
public schools, 260-264
American Samoan government, 266-267
Americanization, and achievement, 144
Antilla, Elizabeth K., 242, 243-244
Aquino Oades, Rizalino, 98, 99, 101
Arabic language, 289
Aristocracy, 13, 42-43, 74-75

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