Raising a village: White male teachers as role models for African American male students

Shreffler, Michael R.
March 1998
Journal of Negro Education;Spring98, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p91
Academic Journal
Editorial. Looks at the important role white male teachers play in the lives of African American male students. Effects of negative role models on black male youth; Assertion that white male teachers are strategically positioned to help rebuild the kinds of stronger United States communities that can survive rapid social and demographic change.


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