Black Male Achievement and the Community College

Bush, Edward C.; Bush, Lawson
March 2005
Community College Week;3/14/2005, Vol. 17 Issue 16, p4
Focuses on the performance of African American male students in community colleges in the U.S. Perception that community college as a system can maneuver low-income and historically excluded populations into two-year institutions; Potential role of community colleges in addressing the plight of African American male students; Comment on the No Child Left Behind Act.


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