Goings, R. B. (2015). Countering the Narrative: A Layered Perspective on Supporting Black Males in Education. Perspectives on Urban Education , 12(1), 54-63. The challenges facing Black males throughout the educational pipeline have been discussed by researchers in detail. However, missing from this research are discussions from the perspective of… read more
Thomas, E. E., & Warren, C. A. (2017). Making it relevant: How a black male teacher sustained professional relationships through culturally responsive discourse. Race Ethnicity and Education, 20(1), 87-100. What we know about the experiences of black teachers is limited, especially considering the vast amount of research conducted on and… read more
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Osborne, J. W. (1999). Unraveling underachievement among african american boys from an identification with academics perspective. The Journal of Negro Education, 68(4), 555-565. Many theories attempt to explain why, despite all efforts, African American boys continue to lag behind their White counterparts. This article reviews three prominent theories addressing the… read more