Most Recent Additions
Getting To Excellence: What Every Educator Should Know About Consequences of Beliefs, Attitudes, and Paradigms for the Reconstruction of an Academically Unacceptable Middle School
James A. Johnson, Jay Cummings, Margaret Stroud, Gatsy Moye' -Lavergne, and Wilbert J. Andrews Jr.
Urban Education Reform- Case Study: North Forest Independent School District
Jay K. Aiyer, Michael O. Adams, and Subria Lapps
Education Reform and the Political Safeguards of Federalism
Elizabeth J. Sharma
From Colonization to R.E.S.P.E.C.T.: How Federal Education Policy Fails Children and Educators of Color
Rachelle Lanette Ard and Christopher B. Knaus
How (and Why) NCLB Failed to Close the Achievement Gap:Evidence from North Carolina, 1998-2004
Roslyn Mickelson, Jason Giersch, Elizabeth Stearns, and Stephanie Moller
Behavioral Changes for African Americans To Improve Health, Embrace Culture, and Minimize Disparities
Dashiel J. Geyen Ed.D., M.P.H.
Educational Genocide: Examining the Impact of National Education Policy on African American Communities
Christopher B. Knaus and Rachelle Rogers-Ard
Proposal to Reduce Recidivism Rates in Texas - 2010 Update
Marcia Johnson Professor, Katherine Bauer, and Elizabeth Tagle
The Status of Dialogue Journal Writing as a Methodology for the Literacy and Language Development of African American Students
Ingrid Haynes-Mays Ph.D., Bernell M. Peltier-Glaze Ph.D., and Shanna L. Broussard Ph.D.
The Quality of Education for African Americans in Houston
Kimberly McLeod Ph.D.
Entre Nous. A Critical Appraisal of Science Outcomes of Schooling for African American Children and Youth Enrolled in the Houston Independent School District
James A. Johnson Ph.D., Bernell M. Peltier-Glaze Ph.D., and Danita Bailey-Perry Ph.D.
*Updated as of 09/26/17.