Alonzo M Flowers III. (2015). The family factor: The establishment of positive academic identity for black males engineering majors. Western Journal of Black Studies,39(1), 64. This study represents a unique examination of identity development processes, particularly in its focus on the impact of the family unit and the establishment of… Continue Reading The Family Factor: The Establishment of Positive Academic Identity for Black Males Engineering Majors
Jackson, J. F. (2003). Toward administrative diversity: An analysis of the African-American male educational pipeline. The Journal of Men’s Studies,12(1), 43-60. Using multiple national databases, this study examined African-American males throughout the educational pipeline, both as students and educational providers. Analyses of these databases provided a descriptive picture of African-American males’… Continue Reading Toward administrative diversity: An analysis of the African-American male educational pipeline
Jackson, J. F., & Moore, J. L. (2006). African American Males in Education: Endangered or Ignored?. Teachers College Record, 108(2), 201-205. A special issue on African American males in education. In an introduction, the writers note that this special issue presents quantitative and qualitative empirical research on the different stages of the… Continue Reading African American Males in Education: Endangered or Ignored?