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Mitos and Browne – Female Overachievement
women’s movement and feminism raised girls’ expectations and self-esteem the increasing number of employment opportunities for women
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Mirza 1992 - Positive Discrimination
found that negative labelling did not necessarily lead to low self-esteem for ethnic minority students. Found that black girls had positive self-images and high aspirations
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Driver & Ballard 1981 - Family Life
the tight knit extended families and high parental expectations amongst Asian communities are significant factors
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Lawrence - Parental Interest
many Afro-Caribbean parents did take a large interest in their children’s education and sent them to extra schooling sessions on Saturday mornings.
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Smith and Tomlinson 1989 - Class Balance
Argue that class background of pupils was more important than ethnicity in explaining poor academic success
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found that negative labelling did not necessarily lead to low self-esteem for ethnic minority students. Found that black girls had positive self-images and high aspirations

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Mirza 1992 - Positive Discrimination

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the tight knit extended families and high parental expectations amongst Asian communities are significant factors

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Card 4

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many Afro-Caribbean parents did take a large interest in their children’s education and sent them to extra schooling sessions on Saturday mornings.

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Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

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Argue that class background of pupils was more important than ethnicity in explaining poor academic success

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Preview of the back of card 5

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