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Reid, Karl W. – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
This study asserts that African American males with higher grade point averages (GPAs) in college are also academically and socially integrated into campus and hold racial identity attitudes and self-efficacy beliefs that facilitate their level of institutional integration. The statistical study of 190 African American males attending five…
Descriptors: Grade Point Average, African American Students, Undergraduate Students, Males
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Ladson-Billings, Gloria – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
My apologies to iconic hip-hop artists, De La Soul for I have shamelessly appropriated the title, "Stakes is high" to underscore the importance of the work ahead for educators, students, parents, community members, and researchers as we attempt to develop a generation of what I call "new century" students for a world we can hardly imagine. Through…
Descriptors: Achievement Gap, African American Students, African American Education, Equal Education
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Tekleselassie, Abebayehu; Mallery, Coretta; Choi, Jaehwa – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
National reports recognize a growing gender gap in postsecondary enrollment as a major challenge impacting the lives of young men, particularly African Americans. Previous gender and race specific research is largely inconclusive. It is, for example, unclear from previous research how persistent the gender gap is across various school contexts,…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, African Americans, Postsecondary Education, Racial Differences
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Lundy-Wagner, Valerie C. – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
Efforts to improve the Black science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) pipeline have focused on historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs); however, this work generally fails to acknowledge men. This article characterized Black male receipts of bachelor's degrees from HBCUs in STEM fields between 1981 and 2009 using a…
Descriptors: African American Students, Black Colleges, Males, Gender Bias
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Stewart, Dafina-Lazarus – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
Racially minoritized students attending U.S. colleges and universities are often compared to their White peers in research studies, generally emphasizing their cultural deficits, masking minority group achievement, and homogenizing within group variations. This article reports data for racially minoritized students who participated in the national…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Asian American Students, African American Students, Hispanic American Students
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Brown, M. Christopher, II – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
Historically Black colleges and universities are a unique institutional cohort in American higher education. These colleges have been celebrated for their achievements and critiqued for their composition at differing points during their collective history. This article addresses contemporary ebbs and flows of their relevance and reputation in the…
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Institutional Characteristics, Educational Change, Institutional Mission
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McCarthy, Mary Rose; Murrow, Sonia E. – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
Historians of education have probed into the involvement of Social Reconstructionists' with issues of racial justice and have argued explicitly that Social Reconstructionists, while "interested" in racial problems during the Depression, actually did little to carefully study the role of race or race relations in America. The authors…
Descriptors: Educational History, African American Education, Progressive Education, United States History
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Day, Richard; Cleveland, Roger; Hyndman, June O.; Offutt, Don C. – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
The anti-slavery ministry of Rev. John G. Fee and the unlikely establishment of Berea College in Kentucky in the 1850s, the first college in the southern United States to be coeducationally and racially integrated, are examined to further understand the conditions surrounding these extraordinary historical events. The Berea case illustrates how…
Descriptors: Educational History, State Legislation, Colleges, School Desegregation
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Wood, J. Luke – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
This study examined background characteristics among Black males in public two-year and four-year institutions. This study sought to uncover whether significant differences existed among this sub-group by institutional type. Data were derived from 533 Black male students participating in the Beginning Postsecondary Students Longitudinal Study. The…
Descriptors: Males, African Americans, Two Year College Students, College Students
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Simmons, Lamont D. – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
The purpose of this qualitative study is to examine factors of persistence for two African American men involved in the Project Empowerment (PE, pseudonym) student organization at a predominantly White institution. The participants are undergraduate student members of PE, a campus-based organization designed to enhance African American male…
Descriptors: Performance Factors, Qualitative Research, Student Organizations, Undergraduate Students
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Mungo, Sequoya – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
This study sought to document the schooling experiences and perceptions of African American students who attended segregated schools in Edgecombe County, North Carolina. Through counter-narratives the participants provided insight into education in Edgecombe County during the 1960s. Findings suggested that schools were social and academic…
Descriptors: African American Students, Civil Rights, United States History, Student Attitudes
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Mazama, Ama; Lundy, Garvey – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
Homeschooling, and academic interest in this phenomenon, have increased tremendously over the last decade. The surge of African American involvement in the homeschool movement has also become noticeable. However, there continues to be a general paucity of research on the motivations of African American parents that choose homeschooling. In order…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, African American Students, African American Education, Home Schooling
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Griffin, Kimberly A. – Journal of Negro Education, 2013
This qualitative study of 28 Black faculties across two institutions explores how professors perceived their unique relationships with Black students. Participants noted the challenging and beneficial aspects of their relationships in ways consistent with "othermothering" frameworks, noting their close relationships based on similar…
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Students, Teacher Student Relationship, African American Teachers
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Drezner, Noah D.; Gupta, Anubha – Journal of Negro Education, 2012
Allegations and assumptions of fiscal mismanagement at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have existed since their founding and continue today. There is little evidence that these claims, fueled by the media, legislatures, and often accrediting agencies, are actually truer than fiscal mismanagement at predominantly White…
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Accountability, Audits (Verification), Racial Differences
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Dilworth, Mary E. – Journal of Negro Education, 2012
As for all teacher education programs, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have been subject to a host of policy mandates for reform over the past three decades. As a group their approach to these changes has differed from those of majority institutions and their voice in the policy reform dialogue has been muted or absent. This…
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Teacher Education Programs, Educational Change, Educational Policy
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