Race Ethnicity and Education ( IF 1.807 ) Pub Date : 2021-06-10 , DOI: 10.1080/13613324.2021.1937093 David S. Morris
There is a longstanding stereotype that segregated high schools serving a large majority of minority students are unsafe. But it is unclear if this stereotype has any merit. I use a QuantCrit theoretical framework along with data from the nationally representative Education Longitudinal Study and multilevel logistic regression models to explore how school racial segregation is related to student reports of victimization in high school, as well as student reports of peer disruptive behavior. Results indicate that attending a segregated minority high school is not related to increased chances of victimization, but students who attend such schools face a more disrupted learning environment.
长期以来的刻板印象是，为绝大多数少数民族学生服务的隔离高中是不安全的。但目前尚不清楚这种刻板印象是否有任何优点。我使用 QuantCrit 理论框架以及来自全国代表性教育纵向研究和多级逻辑回归模型的数据来探讨学校种族隔离与高中学生受害报告以及学生对同伴破坏行为的报告之间的关系。结果表明，就读于种族隔离的少数族裔高中与受害机会增加无关，但就读于此类学校的学生面临着更加混乱的学习环境。