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Study Reveals That White Families Relocate in Response to Increased Asian Student Enrollment
Asian Americans are increasingly finding themselves in the midst of heated debates regarding educational opportunities and fairness. These discussions range from admissions practices at prestigious colleges to concerns over social exclusion in schools (source).
New research has revealed that Asian Americans face racial segregation upon entering the classroom. A recent study conducted in wealthy California suburbs found that as more Asian students enroll in public schools, white families disengage and leave. Academic competition, rather than explicit racism, appears to be the main driver behind this trend (source).
A study by the National Bureau of Economic Research offers a detailed analysis of the population-level shifts in affluent areas of California. It sheds light on the striking response to the presence of Asian Americans, one of the fastest-growing and highest-achieving ethnic groups in the United States