Sciurba, K. (2014). Texts as mirrors, texts as windows BLACK ADOLESCENT BOYS AND THE COMPLEXITIES OF TEXTUAL RELEVANCE. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy,58(4), 308-316. Discussions of culturally relevant and “boy” literature stress the importance of offering readers occasions to see themselves in texts. However, young men of color have… Continue Reading Texts as Mirrors, Texts as Windows Black Adolescent Boys and the Complexities of Textual Relevance
Nebbitt, V. E., Lombe, M., Lavelle‐McKay, C., & Sinha, A. (2014). Correlates of academic performance among school-age african american males in public housing. Children and Youth Services Review, 44, 65-71. This study contributes to ongoing effort to understand correlates of academic performance in school age African American male adolescents in… Continue Reading Scale of Teacher Empathy for African American Males (S-TEAAM): Measuring Teacher Conceptions and the Application of Empathy in Multicultural Classroom Settings.
Vasquez Urias, M., & Wood, J. L. (2014). Black male graduation rates in community colleges: Do institutional characteristics make a difference. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 38(12), 1112-1124. The purpose of this study was to investigate Black male graduation rates in public two-year, degree-granting institutions. Specifically, the researchers… Continue Reading Black Male Graduation Rates in Community Colleges: Do Institutional Characteristics Make a Difference