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They (Don't) Care About Education: A Counternarrative on Black Male Students' Responses to Inequitable Schooling

January 1, 2012

Focus group interviews and systematic content analysis of 304 essays written by black male undergraduates refute the dominant message that black men do not care about education. On the contrary, these students aspire to earn doctoral degrees in education despite acute understanding that the education system is stacked against them. The analysis asks what compels that dedication.

Discrimination; Education; Identity

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