Beating the Odds: Raising Academically Successful African American Males

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Preface
1.
Stevenson, Chen, and Uttal 1990, p. 508.
2.
Gibbons 1992, p. 1190.
3.
Gibbs 1988a, p. 238.

Chapter 1
1.
Wilson 1996.
2.
Majors Billson, and Mancini 1992.
3.
Steinberg, Dornbush, and Brown 1992.
4.
Golden 1995, p. 7.
5.
Carter and Wilson 1997.
7.
Educational Testing Service 1995. The SAT scores are not recentered.
9.
Miller 1995, p. 159.
10.
See, for instance, Midgette and Glenn 1993.
11.
Gates and West 1996, p. xv.
12.
Majors, Billson, and Mancini 1992.
13.
National Institutes of Health 1996.
14.
Gibbs 1988a.
15.
Gibbs 1988b.
16.
Association of American Medical Colleges 1990.
17.
Majors, Billson, and Mancini 1992.
18.
Gibbs 1988a, p. 237.
19.
National Center for Education Statistics 1995a; U. S. Department of Commerce 1995.
20.
Smith and Johns 1995.
21.
Majors, Billson, and Mancini 1992, p. 13.
22.
Oakes 1985.
23.
Ford and Harris 1991.
24.
Maryland State Department of Education 1995.
25.
National Center for Education Statistics 1995b; Murray, Herling, and Stabler 1973.
26.
Weinstein et al. 1991.

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