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Why Asian-Americans excel over others in education. “We should step out of our comfort zone, step into the American mainstream society and contribute by participating more actively in helping to solve America’s education problems. “

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We should step out of our comfort zone, step into the American mainstream society and contribute by participating more actively in helping to solve America’s education problems. As the documentary film “Waiting for Superman” showed, American students consistently scored last place among industrialized nations in math and science, but consistently scored the highest … in confidence!

In education of our young, the rest of America can learn much from Asian-Americans, and together we can provide a better education for all our children. They are America’s future.

Dr. Ming Wang, MD, Ph.D., is the president of Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce, honorary president of Tennessee American-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, co-founder of Tennessee Immigrant and Minority Group and director of Wang Vision 3D Cataract & LASIK Center. He can be reached at 615-321-8881 and drwang@wangvisioninstitute.com.

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One comment on “Why Asian-Americans excel over others in education. “We should step out of our comfort zone, step into the American mainstream society and contribute by participating more actively in helping to solve America’s education problems. “

  1. Denny Sinnoh
    February 18, 2015

    ” scored the highest … in confidence!”
    You mean scored the highest in bad attitude.
    American students are ignorant, and PROUD of it : (

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