Human diversity and academic excellence: Learning from experience

Griffin, Judith Berry
January 1999
Journal of Negro Education;Winter99, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p72
Academic Journal
Describes the application, assessment and acceptance processes among Afro-Americans participated in A Better Chance Scholars in the pursuit of their educational goals. Background of A Better Chance; Achievements of several scholars; Description of the selection process; Working principles of the group.


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