This article examines a structural symbolic interactionist approach to the process of ethnic identity formation among black and white college students.
They (Don’t) Care about Education: A Counternarrative on Black Male Students’ Responses to Inequitable Schooling
This article focuses on understanding Black male students who graduate from high school, enroll in college, aspire to earn degrees beyond the baccalaureate, and espouse commitments to various career pathways in the field of education.
Diamond in the Rough: The Impact of a Remedial Program on College Access and Opportunity for Black Males at an Historically Black Institution
This study explores the impact of a remedial program on 11 African-American male students at a public 4 year historically Black institution.
The chapters in this Handbook are written by scholars and researchers from various fields, including, psychology, communication, education, sociology, and criminal justice.
Racial Microaggressions: The Narratives of African American Faculty at a Predominantly White University
This case study focuses on the role race plays in the lives of fourteen African American (7 women, 7 men) faculty members in a predominantly White campus.
This article highlights findings from a qualitative study of factors affecting the academic success of African American male students in the community college.
The impact of high-stakes accountability policies on Native American learners: evidence from research
This article examines research on the impacts of high‚Äêstakes accountability policies in the USA ‚Äì in particular, the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 on Native American learners.
This paper examines the graduation/dropout crisis among American Indian and Alaska Native students using data from the National Center for Education Statistics.
The purpose of this study was to investigate Black male collegians’ reported reasons for leaving college.
This article explores the career development needs of African American men attending colleges and universities.