College Readiness for All, Black Students, Education Reform
Article in Response to Controversy
In this article, I share why centering Blackness is critical in implementing college readiness for all. By utilizing the practices of high school leaders, counselors, and teachers at five predominantly Black college readiness for all high schools, I explore key activities, instructional approaches, and support systems that are integral to Black students' college readiness. I present two themes: mission intentionality and doing whatever it takes. These findings are also coupled with lessons learned from existing scholarship on non-selective college preparatory schools and college readiness issues in urban communities. Lastly, in reflecting upon the qualitative findings from the five high schools and existing scholarship, I offer four ways to help center Black students' college readiness.
"Going to College: Why Black Lives Matter Too,"
Journal of Educational Controversy: Vol. 12
, Article 9.
Available at: https://cedar.wwu.edu/jec/vol12/iss1/9
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Minorities--Education (Higher)--United States; Minority college students--United States; High School graduates--United States; Educational change--United States