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HARVARD ASIAN AMERICAN POLICY REVIEW

Filipino Americans and Educational Downward Mobility 

Written by Paul Ong and Kate Viernes, this report challenges the simplistic narrative of Asian Americans as a singular high-achieving racial group in terms of college attainment. It focuses on Filipino Americans, a subgroup that literature suggests experiences a pattern of inter-generational mobility due, in part, to racialized segmented assimilation.

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Issues Affecting U.S. Filipino Student Access to Postsecondary Education: A Critical Race Theory Perspective

Researcher Tracy Lachica Buenavista writes that, although 36.7% of Filipino adults have college degrees, which is much higher than their ethnic and racial counterparts, U.S. Filipino youth have fewer post-secondary opportunities.

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AN OVERVIEW: FILIPINO MIGRATION

Filipino Americans in the United States

Written by Keith McNamara and Jeanne Batalova, this report presents an overview of the history and patterns of migration of people from the Philippines.

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