|The freedom to be: African American women as public school superintendents
||The purpose of this qualitative study is to enlighten, illuminate, and elucidate readers as to the worldviews of African American women in regards to their recruitment and retention to the public school superintendency. The question this study seeks ...
|Border crossing brothas: a study of Black Bermudian masculinity, success, and the role of community-based pedagogical spaces
||Using qualitative research methods and an amalgamation of border crossing theory and postcolonial theory within the context of race, this dissertation study examined how Black Bermudian males form identities, define success, and utilize community-bas...
|The effective practices of culturally responsive English as a second language teachers in the high school setting: a case study
||Little attention has been given to the voices of English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers at the secondary level in sharing effective strategies that are responsive in meeting the needs of culturally and/or linguistically diverse students; the pur...
|The role of the Black church in socializing African American students for school success: a collective case study into the nature of prophetic activism
||Little attention has been given to the potential role of faith-based institutions in fostering academic achievement through socialization; the purpose of this study is to reveal that link. For many African American students, the public education syst...