The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study was to explore how specific factors like college readiness, college affordability, and financial preparedness lead to college success for African American male learners attending historically Black colleges or universities located in Ohio. The state of Ohio continues to experience concerns with the low academic achievement of African.
EFFECTS OF RACISM AND DISCRIMINATION ON PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT AMONG AFRICAN AMERICAN MALE REPEAT OFFENDERS A Thesis presented to the Faculty of California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Science in Psychology by Tiffany Nicole Lockett October 2013.
SELF-EFFICACY: UNDERSTANDING AFRICAN AMERICAN MALE STUDENTS PATHWAYS TO CONFIDENCE IN MATHEMATICS by LISA WILLIAMS DISSERTATION Submitted to the Graduate School of Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 2017 MAJOR: LEARNING DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY Approved By.
DIAGNOSED BUT NOT DEFEATED: THE EXPERIENCES OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES WITH PAST HISTORIES OF ENROLLMENT IN SPECIAL EDUCATION WHO SUCCESSFULLY ATTEND COMMUNITY COLLEGE Kennedi Strickland-Dixon DePaul University This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the College of Education at Via Sapientiae.
A QUALITITATIVE CASE STUDY EXPLORING THE EXPERIENCES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MALES IN THE “CALL ME MISTER” PROGRAM A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Virginia Commonwealth University.
This study explored the family dynamics of persistent African American college men. These students were typical Black males, not those pre-categorized as high-achieving or unprepared for college. The stories of participants revealed their strength, ambition, and intentions to successfully gain a baccalaureate degree. In general Black males are known more for their crimes than their persistence.
An ethnographic study of successful African American male learners in middle school. Princess Williams, University of Pennsylvania. Abstract. This study examines the school experiences of Black boys who have been identified as academically successful and challenges the prevailing negative images of Black males.
African American males from the perspectives of the students and teachers involved in the programs. This qualitative study explores the experiences and perceptions of five African American male middle school students and three math teachers who tutor in an after school program at one middle school in southern California. The purpose of the.