ERIC Number: ED047690
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
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Black Community College Students Have Special Problems, What Are These Special Problems? A Research Project at One Community College Finds Some of the Answers.
Greene, Carolyn; Kester, Donald L.
A brief research project on some special needs and problems of black students at Chabot College (California) grew out of the 1969-70 violent climate of ethnic student activism. Twenty-five black and 25 white students completed both the Mooney Problem Check List and the Personal Integration Scale of the Omnibus Personality Inventory. Significant differences between blacks and whites were found in the problem areas of finances, living conditions, employment, and general lethargy. Dissemination of the results of this survey to faculty, counselors, and trustees created an awareness of these special problems so the college can, hopefully, better meet the needs of its minority students. (CA)
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Identifiers - Location: California