Study Links Academic Achievement to Racial-Ethnic Pride
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA.
A new study links academic achievement among African American students to racial-ethnic pride. The study, conducted by a Penn State University researcher, found that African American fourth graders with higher levels of racial-ethnic pride were found also to have higher academic achievement levels measured by reading and math grades in school and standardized tests.
The study, conducted by Dr. Emilie Phillips Smith, associate professor of human development and family studies, also found a correlation between parental and teacher racial-ethnic pride and children's achievement.
"Children, whose teachers exhibited higher levels of racial-ethnic …
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Publication information: Article title: Study Links Academic Achievement to Racial-Ethnic Pride. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Black Issues in Higher Education. Volume: 20. Issue: 20 Publication date: November 2, 2003. Page number: 16. © 1999 Cox, Matthews & Associates. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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