Educating African American Males: Voices From the Field

This important book explores the diverse answers to questions posed about the educational achievement of African American males. Leading scholars in the field of Urban Education share their unique approaches to this serious issue, delving into a discussion that covers the following areas: - academic; - sociological; - socio-economic; - emotional; - cultural; - cognitive; - teacher-student interaction; - access to educational opportunity outside of the classroom. Offering unique contributions to both the literature and practice, Fashola et al pave a way toward achieving high-quality education for African American males.