Utililzing a tenet of critical race theory as a tool of analysis for designing an alternative framework for African American students Public Deposited

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  • March 22, 2019
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  • Agyapong, Apri Carr
    • Affiliation: School of Education
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  • The purpose of this project is to present an alternative learning approach to traditional educational practices to aid African American students who significantly have more difficulty in traditional schools. I posit three contributing factors to the failure of these students which include: a.) neglecting to pose critical questions and invite meaningful discussions regarding race, being raced, and racial maneuvering, b.) the formation of authentic caring relationships, and c.) high expectation from persons of authority. The three contributing factors will be analyzed from the perspective of a critical race theorist where the concepts of meaningful discussions regarding race, being raced, and racial maneuvering, authentic caring relationships, and high expectation are foundational.
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