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Figure 2. FES Part I and FES Part II all female responses.
In examining how the Hispanic females responded, they overwhelmingly responded to
expectations as neutral, agree, or strongly agree on the FES Part I. Over half (65%) responded
that they either agreed or strongly agreed with the expectation (see Table 27), the very same
percentage as the all female responses (see Table 26). On the FES Part II, the Hispanic female
students' actual experiences were similar to those of the all female responders. Eighty-six
percent responded as neutral, agree, or strongly agree with the satisfaction levels for the items.
Sixty-six percent agreed or strongly agreed with their satisfaction level. The results the Hispanic
female responders versus the all female responders indicated that Hispanic females responded
slightly more positively than the all female group.
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