I believe the problem extends from culture and value backgrounds of different groups. Luckily, issues that disadvantage college minority groups can change, and should change. I believe that providing a better education as well as promoting more studious environments and values among the minority groups from elementary school to high school is the true solution for diversity in college. With good policy making, these are all possible. We also might consider having diversity in physical attractiveness in the entertainment industry, because if you pay close attention to the industry often, you might notice that non-gorgeous looking people seem to be discriminated in getting lead roles in movies and such. Ultimately, universities look for people that have the best potentials in being successful in society after graduation, so the reputation of the school would expand, as well as receive some alumni donations.
This graph shows the weekly hours spent on studying and homework by full-time high school students, averaged over the entire year, according to the American Time Use Survey from to Thomas Miklusak, a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst with 38 years of experience, said many Asian cultures emphasize excelling and working hard all the time. Resolutions in the family is often meant to be to work harder to get ideal grades or to be perfect. She texted her brother to tell him she was drowning under the pressure of classes and the test. Statistics back up stereotypes about Asians. The average Asian high school student spends 13 hours a week studying and doing homework compared to a white counterpart who spends about 5. Ramey also found that Asians spend less time on sports and socializing than any other ethnic group.
Tiger parenting is strict or demanding parenting. Tiger parents push and pressure their children to attaining high levels of academic achievement or success in high-status extracurricular activities such as music , using authoritarian parenting methods. Chua's rise to fame quickly popularized the concept and term "tiger mother" spawning numerous caricatures while also becoming the inspiration for the Singaporean TV show Tiger Mum , the mainland Chinese drama Tiger Mom , and the Hong Kong series Tiger Mom Blues. The stereotyped figure often portrays a Chinese mother who relentlessly drives her child to study hard, to the detriment of the child's social and physical development, and emotional well-being.
They had come to the United States as immigrants with only a couple hundred dollars and worked their way up to a middle-class income. Plus, Asian students as a whole had great reputation for being doing well in school and getting into prestigious universities. In my eyes, they were successful. So how could they be wrong with any of their advice?