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The Mathematical Experiences of Black Males in a Predominantly Black Urban Middle School and Community /

Julius Davis.

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Main Author: Davis, Julius.
Published: [Place of publication not identified] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 2014.
Topics: Males. | African Americans. | Mathematics Achievement. | Mathematics Instruction. | Urban Schools. | Middle School Students. | Secondary School Mathematics. | Qualitative Research. | Student Experience. | Critical Theory. | Race. | Student Attitudes. | Peer Influence. | Family Influence. | Racial Factors. | Racial Identification. | Cultural Influences. | Teacher Influence. | Ethnography. | At Risk Students. | Semi Structured Interviews. | Observation. | Documentation. | Content Analysis. | Structured Interviews. | Data Analysis. | Racial Bias.
Genres: Journal Articles. | Reports, Research.
Online Access: ERIC - Full text online
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Physical Description: 1 online resource (18 pages)
Summary: There is a growing body of research focused on the mathematical experiences of Black males in the United States of America. This research has emerged to challenge the dominant narrative in mathematics education focused on Black males' low performance on international, national, and state standardized tests. There is very little research that has explored the impact of high-stakes testing in mathematics on Black males in urban areas. Using qualitative research methods, this study examines the middle school mathematics experiences of four Black males and provides insight into their responses to challenges they face in urban communities, schools, and math classrooms. Critical race theory was used to illuminate Black males' desire to be challenged in the classroom and describe the community, school, and classroom conditions that impact their lived realities and mathematics experiences.
Notes: Abstractor: As Provided.
Educational level discussed: Middle Schools.
Educational level discussed: Secondary Education.
Educational level discussed: Junior High Schools.
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More Details for: The Mathematical Experiences of Black Ma