Identity, Social and Academic Influences in African American Male Educational ExperiencesJournal of Interdisciplinary Education (2016)
This research explored the educational experiences and perceptions of African American male secondary school students attending a diverse urban high school in the Northeast. Case study design was used and data were collected through focus groups, in-depth participant interviews, and observations of informal school environments. Analysis of the data suggested common themes related to identity, the social dimension and the academic dimension of school climate. The implications for practitioners are discussed.
- African-American male students,
Citation InformationJustin Zerega, Jody Piro, Marcia AB Delcourt and Melissa Jenkins. "Identity, Social and Academic Influences in African American Male Educational Experiences" Journal of Interdisciplinary Education Vol. 15 Iss. 1 (2016) p. 13 - 15 ISSN: 1092-7069
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