Date of Degree
Education | Educational Administration and Supervision | Educational Leadership | Secondary Education and Teaching | Teacher Education and Professional Development
leadership, black boys, urban, education, implicit bias
The educational outcomes of Black males within the United States are problematic. In far too many areas of life (health, education, employment, income, and mortality), this population is overrepresented in the lowest quartile. This dissertation seeks to understand that phenomenon by systematically considering conduits and barriers to these outcomes. More specifically, by employing the High School Longitudinal Study (HSLS) data set, ecological systems theory, and critical race theory, and hierarchical regression modeling, this dissertation explores the relative impact of student-level, family-level, and school-level domains on the educational outcomes of a national sample of Black males. Given the findings, recommendations are explicated at both individual and institutional levels.
Brown, Shawn F., "Black Males Matter, the Educational Marathon Continues: The Relative Impact of Student-, Family-, and School-Level Domains on the Educational Outcomes of Black Males" (2020). CUNY Academic Works.