The Journal of Negro Education

The Journal of Negro Education is an academic journal focusing on African American education

Articles from Vol. 66, No. 2, Spring

Cognitions, Behaviors, and Psychological Symptomatology: Relationships and Pathways among African American and Latino Children
This study examines racial/ethnic differences in the mean levels of children's internal beliefs, fantasies, and attributions about aggressive behavior; interpersonal negotiation strategies; and psychological symptomatology as well as differences in the...
Colored, Negro, Black: Chasing the American Dream
Colored, Negro, Black: Chasing the American Dream, by Bernard Charles Watson. Philadelphia, PA: JDC Books, 1997. 265 pp. $22.00, cloth; $12.00, paper. Reviewed by Ramona Hoage Edelin, The National Urban Coalition. African America from the turn of the...
Computer Literacy and Computer Use among College Students: Differences in Black and White
This article examines differences in use of and familiarity with computing technology between Black and White undergraduate college students. It is based on data drawn from a large northeastern private university during academic year 1994-95. The main...
Ending Discrimination in Special Education
Ending Discrimination in Special Education, by Herbert Grossman. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1998. 98 pp. $18.95, paper. Reviewed by Sylvia Walker, Howard University. This book presents an accurate discussion of poor and minority groups' overrepresentation...
Fifty Years of Segregation: Black Higher Education in Kentucky, 1904-1954
Fifty Years of Segregation: Black Higher Education in Kentucky, 1904-1954, by John A. Hardin. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1997. 200 pp. $29.95, cloth. Reviewed by Jessica E. Stephens, Eastern Kentucky University; and J. John Harris, III,...
Four Decades of Progress.And Decline: An Assessment of African American Educational Attainment
Antoine M. Garibaldi, Howard University* In this, the 18th annual Charles H. Thompson lecture, Dr. Garibaldi charts African Americans' forward and backward movement in education since the 1954 Brown decision, noting both the obstacles and success factors...
Segregation by Gerrymander: The Creation of the Lincoln Heights (Ohio) School District
This historical case study traces the formation of a specific school district profoundly influenced by racial, political, sociological, and economic factors. Its analysis of the racial, political, and economic environments prevailing in Cincinnati, Ohio,...
The Gold Coast Nationalist Reaction to the Controversy over Higher Education in Anglophone West Africa and Its Impact on Decision Making in the Colonial Office, 1945-47
It has been widely assumed that African nationalism had no significant impact on educational policy making by the British Colonial Office until very late inthe colonial period. The present articla refutes this generalistic and rather Eucoventric assumption,...
The Road to Tenure and beyond for African American Political Scientists
African American political scientists are not tenured at the same rate as European Americans, nor do they hold similar rates of full professorships. This study examines data from the 1991-92 Departmental Survey of the American Political Science Association,...
Will My Name Be Shouted Out?: Reaching Inner-City Students through the Power of Writing
Will My Name Be Shouted Out?: Reaching Inner-City Students Through the Power of Writing, by Stephen O'Connor. New York: Touchstone Books, 1996. 382 pp. $14.00, paper. Reviewed by Deloris M. Saunders, University of Maryland-Baltimore County. Will My Name...