Surmounting All Odds - Vol. 1
Education, Opportunity, and Society in the New Millennium
A volume in the series: Research on African American Education. Editor(s): Ronald D. Henderson, National Education Association. Carol Camp Yeakey, Washington University - St. Louis.
Volume 1 in the two volume set about overcoming the odds in African American Education.
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- Cultural Capital and Black Education African American Communities and the Funding of Black
- Living at the Intersections Social Identities and Black Collegians
- Shuttered Schools Race, Community, and School Closures in American Cities
- Surmounting all Odds - Vol. 1&2 Equalizing Education Opportunities in the New Millennium (Vol 1 & 2)
- The Broken Cisterns of African American Education Academic Performance and Achievement in the Post-Brown Era
- Towards a Brighter Tomorrow The College Barriers, Hopes and Plans of Black, Latino/a and Asian American Students in California
- Using Past as Prologue Contemporary Perspectives on African American Educational History