The racial achievement gap in the United States  refers to the educational disparities between various ethnic groups. It manifests itself in a variety of ways: among students, blacks and Hispanics are more likely to receive lower grades, score lower on standardized tests, drop out of high school , and they are less likely to enter and complete college than whites, while whites score lower than Asian Americans.
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More East Asians score between and than score between and , suggesting that many East Asians of Taiwanese, Japanese, Korean and Han Chinese descent could be scoring high above if the test allowed them to. During this period, 6. Do Asian students have more segregated friendships and deteriorated intergroup attitudes in high school when math and science tracking become more common?
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According to studies about the effect of different teacher-preparation programs in Louisiana, North Carolina, and Tennessee, TFA is among the most effective sources of new teachers in low-income communities. However, fade-out effects were found in Head Start.