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Measuring Five Preconditions Of Success For African American Male Students In Community Colleges
The purpose of this study was to measure and compare five preconditions for success of African American male community college students at community colleges by determining if there is a relationship between a) GPA and ...
Frederick Douglass High School In The Era Of Desegregation, 1954-2006: A Historical Analysis
The issue of school desegregation in America has received attention from scholars who have examined the phenomenon within the context of Civil Rights activism during which under the auspices of the NAACP, Thurgood Marshall ...
The Voices Of African American Males Revealed: A Qualitative Study Of Suspension Experiences
The problem examined in this study was the phenomena of disproportionate suspension of African American males in urban high schools. In order to evaluate this phenomenon, a cultural lens was used to understand the experiences ...
Factors Influencing A Teacher's Decision To Make A Behavioral Office Referral For African-American Males: The Impact Of Race And Gender
The purpose of this study was to determine whether a teacher's decision to make a behavioral office referral varies with the race and gender of the student and teacher. The participants in the study were middle school ...