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The likelihood of transfer for Black males in community colleges: Examining the effects of engagement using multilevel, multinomial modeling
The Journal of Negro Education (2013)
  • J. Luke Wood, PhD, San Diego State University
  • Robert T. Palmer, PhD
Abstract

Research indicates that Black male collegians tend to disproportionately seek out postsecondary educational opportunities at community colleges; despite this, a paucity of Black men actual transfer to four-year colleges and universities. In order to help facilitate transfer for Black male community college students, this article investigates the effects of student engagement on Black male students’ self-reported likelihood of transfer. The implications of this study provides compelling context for institutional practice and future research to help community colleges be more intentional about improving transfer outcomes for among Black male students.

Publication Date
2013
Citation Information
J. Luke Wood, PhD and Robert T. Palmer, PhD. "The likelihood of transfer for Black males in community colleges: Examining the effects of engagement using multilevel, multinomial modeling" The Journal of Negro Education Vol. 82 Iss. 3 (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jluke_wood/53/