Jackson, J. F. L. . ed, & Moore, J. L. I. ed. (2008). Beyond Brown: New Approaches to Addressing Inequities in Education for African American Males /. American Behavioral Scientist, 51(7), 847–1053. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.lib.utexas.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eue&AN=508050010&site=ehost-liv
A special issue on new approaches to addressing inequities in education for African-American males. Following an introduction, articles discuss historical perspectives on African-American males as subjects of education policy; the impact of law on African-American males; the role of gender in curriculum and pedagogy for African-American students; attitudes and perceptions of African-American males regarding high school counselors and school counseling services; the role of education and sport in the social construct of race, especially for African-American students and athletes; the impact of teacher quality in school mathematics on opportunity structure for African- American males; the connections between K-12 and higher education for students of color, particularly boys; African-American male educational attainment and collegiate perceptions after Brown v. Board of Education; race segregation across the academic workforce; and high-achieving African-American male undergraduates and social capital.