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Understanding The Process: An Ethnographic Case Study Of School Psychologists' Experiences In The Referral Of African Americans To Special Education
A qualitative method of research was chosen for this study. This ethnographic case study examined school psychologists' and the referral process for special education services. The participants included school psychologists ...
The Correlation Between School Membership And Student Performance Of African American Males In Middle School
The academic achievement and outcomes of African American males have been a major focus of educational reformers and policy makers for the last several decades. The literature has almost primarily focused on African American ...
Student Perceptions Of Classroom Incivility In Multiage Community College Classrooms
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship among age-related stages of development, other selected variables of student demographics (race/ethnicity, sex, full or part-time status, number of semesters ...
A Correlational Study Of The Relationships Between Implicit Theories Of Intelligence, Perceived Self-Efficacy, Self-Regulated Learning, And Academic Achievement Of Undergraduate Students At An Hbcu
The purpose of this study was to explore possible relationships between the implicit theories of intelligence, self-efficacy, self-regulated learning, and academic achievement of undergraduate students enrolled at an HBCU ...
An Examination Of The Identity Development Of African American Undergraduate Engineering Students
This study examined the identity development for a sample of 90 African American undergraduate engineering male and female students attending an HBCU. Using the Student Development Task and Lifestyle Assessment (SDTLA), ...