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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 *resources Honors/AP Success Kindergarten- College Pre-conception EarlyAdulthood College High School Self-esteem Pre-K Closing the "Gap" Mental Health Elementary ? The pre-conception of Latinos is that they will either end up pregnant or in the prison system according to an article called "Children of illegal immigrants cause Taxpayers Billions" by Frost Wooldridge. According to a study on children ages 3-4 entering pre-k black children are more likely to go than white children, but Latinos are less likely to go. A study done on first graders showed that they got the same test scores as there racially different peers. Adding Blacks and Latinos to the schools is thought to "decrease the school readiness gap" Even short-term stereotyping can affect performance or intellectual tasks. They shape attitudes, beliefs, and actions. If your told that you're going to end up pregnant in jail, just cause a waste of money, and that you're less that you're white peers wouldn't you have low self-esteem also? Teenagers in high school are more aware of there cultural identity and who they are as a person. There was a test done on black college students. They took two simple tests. The first time they took the test, they were not told that there woulld also be white college students taking the test: they scored around the same. The second time around the black college students were told that there white peers would be taking the test, the result: they scored significantly lower than their peers. Magsum, Katherine A., and Jane Waldfogel. "Early Childhood Care and Education: Effects on Ethnic and Racial Gaps in School Readiness." Student Resources in Context. The Future of Children, Spring 2005. Web. 5 Dec. 2014."Researchers' Work from Temple University Focuses on Social Science." Student Resources in Context. Science Letter, 3 Jan. 2014. Web. 3 Dec. 2014."Studies in the Area of Black Studies Reported from California State University."" Student Resources in Context. Science Letter, 22 Nov. 2011. Web. 3 Dec. 2014.Temple, Mark A. "Creating Awareness of the Relationship Between Racial and Ethnic Stereotypes and Health." Student Resources in Context. Journal of School Healyh, Jan. 2001. Web. 3 Dec. 2014.
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