Chinese-Americans: school and community problems
- Chicago : Integrated Education Associates, 1972.
- Physical Description:
- 76 pages ; 19 x 22 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Integrated Education Associates
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- "Don't mistake the finger pointing at the moon for the moon," by I. Fujimoto.--Schooling and employment of Asian Americans, by R. Okamura.--The Chinese community in San Francisco, by L. Wang.--The Chinese in New York City, by I. S. K. Chin.--Boston's Chinese: they have their problems, too, by B. Murphy.--The myth of Chinese success in Hawaii, by W. B. C. Chang.--The Chinese American student in San Francisco, by L. Wang.--Chinese and public school teaching, by L. Chin.--The Chinese immigrant's language handicap, by C. A. Tucker.--Some community needs of the Chinese in San Francisco, by L. L. Kiang.--The Chinese elderly poor in San Francisco, by S. Yuen.--Busing comes to Chinatown, by M. S. Yee.--Selected references on Asian-American school and community affairs, by M. Weinberg (p. 75-76).
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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