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Wood, J. Luke; Harrison, John D. – Negro Educational Review, 2014
In this study we examined the college choice process for Black males attending community colleges. Using data from the Educational Longitudinal Study, findings indicated that Black males who attend community colleges select their institutions based upon having a degree in their chosen field, the coursework/curriculum, job placement record,…
Descriptors: College Choice, Community Colleges, African American Students, Males
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Parsons, Eileen Carlton; Turner, Kea – Negro Educational Review, 2014
Racial equality and racial equity in U.S. education has been elusive although decades of education reform have them as goals. Current discourse advocate colorblind and post-racial solutions to racial inequality and racial inequity in education; these solutions implicate presentism, a view that exclusively circumscribes the existence of present-day…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Educational Change, Educational History, Case Studies
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Croom, Natasha; Patton, Lori – Negro Educational Review, 2012
This article examines experiences of a Black woman full professor, and the benefits and privileges associated with reaching this rank. Its purpose is to leave little room for conjecture about the rank and those who have earned it. Using critical race theory and a critical race feminism framework coupled with the concept of the miner's canary, we…
Descriptors: Academic Rank (Professional), Females, College Faculty, Critical Theory
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Agosto, Vonzell; Karanxha, Zorka – Negro Educational Review, 2012
We describe the lived experiences of a Black Woman educational leader who has studied and worked in the academy and in the field of K-12 education. This partial life history, excavated through the tenets of Critical Race Theory (CRT), illuminates the social construction of race and the pervasiveness and permanence of racism. We determined through…
Descriptors: Interviews, Religious Factors, Instructional Leadership, Faculty
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Jain, Dimpal; Turner, Caroline – Negro Educational Review, 2012
We explore the politics of naming for non-White women faculty in higher education as it relates to womanist theory. A discussion of these faculty experiences in general, and women faculty in particular are provided to illuminate the many challenges we face in the academy. One such challenge is how we come to identify our scholarship and align…
Descriptors: Feminism, Women Faculty, Females, Interviews
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Cobb-Roberts, Deirdre – Negro Educational Review, 2012
This article represents a critical reflection of a Black African American female associate professor who, while teaching a diversity course, unknowingly enabled systems of power and privilege to undermine her faculty role in the course and in the academy. The author revisits a story of this experience and its vestiges using Critical Race Theory…
Descriptors: Safety, College Faculty, Racial Discrimination, Critical Theory
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Smith, Michael J. – Negro Educational Review, 2008
Access to higher education in America is increasingly becoming a privilege for upper-class youth. On the other hand, youth in lower socioeconomic groups have less access and are increasingly marginalized and less able to compete in the college choice arena. While parental involvement is one way to fight against this unfortunate trend, parents of…
Descriptors: African Americans, Mothers, College Choice, Females
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Johnson, Robert C.; Reed, Wornie L. – Negro Educational Review, 1982
Presents an overview of an approach in training Black masters-level students in research, with emphasis on research design, data collection, data analysis, and computer usage. (JCD)
Descriptors: Blacks, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Data Processing
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Hoover, Mary Rhodes – Negro Educational Review, 1982
The Culturally Appropriate Teaching (C.A.T.) method combines the "Back to Basics" paradigm with a culturally oriented approach and has proved to be successful in Black colleges and adult education programs. The C.A.T. method improves the reading levels of students by two years per semester and gives them standard English as a skill in one or two…
Descriptors: Basic Skills, Blacks, College Students, Communication Skills
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Nelms, Charles; Pentecoste, Joseph – Negro Educational Review, 1982
The Labor Market Orientation (LMO) program responded to the problem of unemployment among Black teenagers. LMO provided classroom training which mitigated unrealistic expectations and served as an introduction to the requisites of the work world. The program was successful in providing a rational sequence of training and job exposure. (JCD)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Blacks, Career Counseling, Career Exploration
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Stoddard, Ann H. – Negro Educational Review, 1989
Discusses what the Jacksonville (Florida) community is doing for teens to prevent pregnancy, help pregnant adolescents, and help adolescent parents. Discusses whether these activities are sufficient and effective. Suggests specific ways to improve programs and indicates that there are many factors to consider when attempting to deter teen…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Boarding Homes, Community Cooperation, Counseling Services
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Taylor, Orlando L.; Lee, Dorian Latham – Negro Educational Review, 1987
Standardized tests rely on communicative behavior. Incongruities between the language of the test giver and the test taker can result in bias. Data on communications should be consulted so that tests allow for linguistic and cultural differences. This is the only way the abilities of Blacks can be accurately assessed. (VM)
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Communication Skills, Cultural Differences, Elementary Secondary Education
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Hoover, Mary Rhodes; And Others – Negro Educational Review, 1987
It is unlikely that reading tests written in standard English can measure the verbal ability of nonstandard speakers. Phonological, syntactic, and lexical biases disproportionately place certain groups at a disadvantage and reinforce undesirable attitudes concerning language varieties. This can be remedied only when the society rids itself of…
Descriptors: Black Dialects, Communication Skills, Cultural Differences, Elementary Secondary Education
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Garcia, Jesus; Goebel, Julie – Negro Educational Review, 1985
Presents a study which examined the portrayal of Blacks in 11 secondary United States history textbooks and compared them to a set of textbooks published between 1965 and 1975. Reports that the treatment of Black Americans is only adequate, but has improved significantly. Provides recommendations for further progress. (KH)
Descriptors: Black History, Blacks, High Schools, Instructional Materials
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Dawkins, Marvin P. – Negro Educational Review, 1994
Extends previous findings on long-term effects of school desegregation by employing data from the first-ever nationally representative survey of blacks, the National Survey of Black Americans, a probability household survey of 2,107 black adults. Findings support the generally beneficial long-term effects. (SLD)
Descriptors: Adults, Blacks, Desegregation Effects, Elementary Secondary Education
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