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Chinese Minorities and Higher Education: Qualitative Findings from Students, Faculty, and Administrators

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Analysis of in-depth, qualitative interviews with students, faculty, and administrators shows that Chinese minorities face substantial obstacles in higher education access. The article identifies several factors that limit ethnic minority student access ‐ including background education, limited government funding, and low entrance examination scores ‐ and concludes with recommendations for future research.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2011-01-01

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