Breaking Barriers: Plotting the Path to Academic Success for School-Age African-American Males

Region IV Equity Center: WestEd

This 2008 study by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation examines factors that statistically improve educational outcomes for African-American males. These areas include personal and emotional factors, family factors, social and environmental factors, and school factors. The study also recommends policies to assist policymakers, educators, school advocates, and families to better understand these factors and increase academic success for school-age African-American males.

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