The Journal of Negro Education

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

Articles from Vol. 70, No. 1/2, Winter

Black Lives: Essays in African American Biography
Black Lives: Essays in African American Biography, edited by James L. Conyers, Jr. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 1999. 222 pp. $19.95, paper. Reviewed by Irene E. McHenry, Fielding Graduate Institute and Friends Council on Education. Black Lives is...
Child by Child: The Comer Process for Change in Education
Child By Child: The Comer Process for Change in Education, edited by James P. Comer, Michael Ben-- Avie, Norris M. Haynes, & Edward T. Joyner. New York: Teachers College Press, 1999. 336 pp. $19.95, paper. Reviewed by RC Saravanabhavan and Andrea...
Co-Construction: A Facilitator for School Reform in School, Community and University Partnerships
Co-Construction: A Facilitator for School Reform in School, Community and University Partnerships* Unlike some models, Talent Quest is not prescriptive but a co-constructive Talent Development Model for school reform. Co-construction, although more time...
Creating a Family Resource Center in the Context of a Talent Development High School
Creating a Family Resource Center in the Context of a Talent Development High School* This article outlines one specific determinant of the Talent Development Model for school reform used to place African American children at promise for academic success....
Cultural Integrity and Social and Emotional Competence Promotion: Work Notes on Moral Competence
Cultural Integrity and Social and Emotional Competence Promotion: Work Notes on Moral Competence* This paper describes evolving conceptual and programmatic efforts to promote African American children's social and emotional competencies. It focuses on...
Introduction and Overview: Pursuing a Talent Development Approach to Education: Samplings from Howard University CRESPAR
This special issue of the Journal of Negro Education features some of the work of researchers from the Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed At-Risk (CRESPAR) at Howard University. CRESPAR is a collaborative effort between Johns Hopkins...
School Reform Behind the Scenes
School Reform Behind the Scenes, by Joseph P. McDonald, Thomas Hatch, Edward Kirby, Nancy Ames, Norris M. Haynes, & Edward T. Joyner. New York: Teacher College Press, 1999. 151 pp. $21.95, paper. Reviewed by Ernescia M. Torbert Richardson, Cleveland...
Teacher Instruction, Student Attitudes, and Mathematics Performance among 10th and 12th Grade Black and Hispanic Students
Teacher Instruction, Student Attitudes, and Mathematics Performance Among 10th and 12th Grade Black and Hispanic Students* Using data from the first and the second NELS: 88 follow-up studies, this study examined the differential impact of reform and...
The Effects of Movement Expressiveness in Story Content and Learning Context on the Analogical Reasoning Performance of African American Chidren
The Effects of Movement Expressiveness in Story Content and Learning Context on the Analogical Reasoning Performance of African American Children* This study examined the effects on performance of incorporating cultural factors into the presentation...
The Journey to Urban School Success: Going the Extra Mile
The Journey to Urban School Success: Going the Extra Mile* This research sought to identify what enables some urban schools serving low-income, minority students to succeed while most do not. Both quantitative and qualitative methodologies were employed...
The Role of Task Variability and Home Contextual Factors in the Academic Performance and Task Motivation of African American Elementary School Children
The Role of Task Variability and Home Contextual Factors in the Academic Performance and Task Motivation of African American Elementary School Children* This study aimed to increase the generalizability of findings from previous research (Boykin, 1978,...
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