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ERIC Number: ED166588
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978
Pages: 20
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Black Student Achievement in Desegregated Schools: Suggestions for Future Research.
Bradley, Laurence A.
The evidence regarding the effects of school desegregation upon black student achievement remains inconsistent and inadequate, despite the production of a large number of empirical investigations. It is proposed that social scientists abandon traditional research models of the school desegration process, and instead attempt to observe and characterize the situational factors which elicit both continuing and classroom-related achievement motivation in minority students. Particular attention should be focused initially upon teacher attitudes and behavior, and upon other classroom factors which affect students' choice of comparison persons and attributions for academic success and failure. (Author)
Publication Type: Information Analyses
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Language: English
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