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Understanding the Education Trajectories of Young Black Men in New York City: Elementary and Middle-School Years

July 1, 2010

Making targeted decisions about how, when, and where to intervene to improve educational outcomes for black males requires understanding the complex pathways that shape these outcomes. This study, undertaken for the Black Male Donor Collaborative, uses longitudinal data on a cohort of black males from New York City Schools to gain insights about the different possible student paths, with specific focuses on middle school and math scale scores.

Education; Poverty

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