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Minor, Carlos J. – Diversity in Higher Education, 2021
The author believes he won in many ways but may never gain employment in academia again. With this chapter, the author hopes to help other Black male academics to avoid the pitfalls and mistakes he made. [For the complete volume, "The Beauty and the Burden of Being a Black Professor. Diversity in Higher Education. Volume 24," see…
Descriptors: College Faculty, African American Teachers, Employment Potential, Males
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Romero-Hall, Enilda – TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 2022
In this paper, using a feminist autoethnographical approach, I explore personal experiences as an Afro-Latinx woman studying, teaching, and researching in the instructional design and technology (IDT) field. This feminist autoethnography serves to self-reflect on how, as a woman of color, I have navigated the IDT field as a graduate student and…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Feminism, Autobiographies, Ethnography
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Walker, Tanesha L.; Bruns, Kristin L. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2022
While research exists on the experiences of African American counselor educators, little research has explored student perceptions of this population in the classroom setting. This study used an interpretative phenomenological analysis to explore the experiences of White counseling students who have taken a course with an African American…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Counselor Educators, Whites, Student Attitudes
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Drake, Steven; Cowen, Joshua – Educational Researcher, 2022
From 2005 to 2015, the number of Black teachers in Michigan dropped by 48%, substantially exceeding declines in the corresponding K-12 Black student population. These teacher losses are an acute phenomenon within a broader national context of deurbanization of K-12 student populations away from those districts with the largest and most established…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Elementary Secondary Education, Teacher Persistence, African American Students
Stovall, Jessica Lee; Sullivan, Tara R. – Phi Delta Kappan, 2022
In a time of growing teacher shortages, Black teachers are rapidly and disproportionately leaving the profession. Drawing upon their interviews with 30 Black teachers in the California Bay Area, Jessica Lee Stovall and Tara R. Sullivan provide insight into what it will take to keep Black teachers in the profession. The interviews depict both the…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Teacher Shortage, Teacher Attitudes, Racism
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Vaidya, Anjanette N.; Battey, Dan – Teachers College Record, 2022
Background: Although large-scale research over the last 15 years demonstrates the positive effects of Black teachers for Black students on various student outcomes, these studies focus on average effects. This leaves space to examine classroom practices to detail how the positive effects may be realized through the everyday interactions between…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, African American Students, Mathematics Instruction, Teacher Student Relationship
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Gnanadass, Edith; Privott, Daryl R.; Ramdeholl, Dianne; Merriweather, Lisa R. – Adult Learning, 2022
We live in a society wherein anti-Black racism is pervasive. It infiltrates every aspect of life, including work life spaces. In spite of the recent call for higher education to become antiracist, a tall order for an institution literally and figuratively built on racist attitudes and behaviors, higher education continues to be a cesspool for…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Racial Bias, Racial Discrimination, African American Teachers
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Taie, Soheyla; Lewis, Laurie – National Center for Education Statistics, 2022
This Data Point examines the background and school settings of Black or African American teachers in public and private schools in the United States before the coronavirus pandemic. It uses data from the public and private school teacher data files of the 2017-18 National Teacher and Principal Survey (NTPS). This is a national sample survey of…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Teacher Characteristics, Public Schools, Private Schools
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Hollar, James L. – Journal of Negro Education, 2021
As education reform continues a seemingly endless cycle of incremental advancement for students and teachers of color followed by the inevitable White-centric backlash threatened by ideas like equity and anti-racist curricula, it is essential to consider perhaps now more than ever, what the past has to teach us all. Inspired by three voices from…
Descriptors: Educational Change, African American Education, African American Teachers, Women Faculty
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Dunlop, Shekema S. – English Journal, 2021
Teachers sharing music in their classrooms is all about establishing a sense of mutual trust and respect for their students. Shekema S. Dunlap invites her students into the innermost sanctums of her world and humbly ask that they allow her into theirs. The sharing of music becomes an exchange among equals, forcing their learning space. In this…
Descriptors: Music Activities, Teaching Methods, English Curriculum, African American Teachers
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Smith Kondo, Chelda – International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education, 2021
In the midst of dual pandemics, the racial justice uprising and Coronavirus pandemic, I, a Black associate professor of education, took on the challenge of having my White colleague as an apprentice for racial justice work. While co-teaching a critical diversity course, I decided to strategically engage our College of Education in a robust…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Teacher Educators, Team Teaching, Interprofessional Relationship
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Jeter, Floyd; Melendez, John – Impacting Education: Journal on Transforming Professional Practice, 2022
In the United States, schools and universities have too few Black male teachers. Although many factors contribute to this significant problem, one primary factor is the existing lack of Black male educators to serve as role models for Black male students. This literature review captures information from peer-reviewed research, public scholarship…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Literature Reviews, Success, Sense of Community
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Bryan, Nathaniel – Urban Review: Issues and Ideas in Public Education, 2021
There is a slow but growing body of literature on the pedagogies and schooling practices of Black male teachers. However, few of these studies elicit the voices of Black maternal caregivers regarding the ways in which pedagogies and schooling practices support Black boys in early childhood classrooms. In this article, the author uses a…
Descriptors: Mothers, African Americans, Teaching Methods, Classroom Techniques
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Caldera, Altheria; Simms, Renee – Diversity in Higher Education, 2021
We base this work on central tenets of Black feminist thought. The core objectives of Black feminist thought are to clarify Black women's experiences and ideas through self-definition, to refute stereotypical depictions, to validate Black women's situated knowledge, and to resist marginalization that occurs as a result of our intersectional…
Descriptors: Feminism, Stereotypes, Resistance (Psychology), Self Concept
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Campbell, C. Dean – Diversity in Higher Education, 2021
The underrepresentation of African-American faculty in the US professoriate has persisted for some time. Relatedly, adjunct faculty remain a fast-growing sector of the professoriate. Adjunct faculty include "experts" and "specialists" who teach postsecondary courses with a narrow focus and with content tailored to their…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, African American Teachers, Disproportionate Representation
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