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Closing the Gap Between Incarceration and Education of College-Aged African American Males


by Aretha Marbley February 27, 2006

The author challenges academe and higher education faculty to find ways to decrease the disproportionately high number of college-aged African American men incarcerated in jails and prisons and increase the number of African American males admitted to colleges and universities.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 27, 2006
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 12334, Date Accessed: 9/30/2014 7:49:46 AM

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  • Aretha Marbley
    Texas Tech University
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    ARETHA MARBLEY is an Associate Professor and Director of Community Counseling in Counselor Education at Texas Tech University and Regional Six Director and President Elect for the National Association for Multicultural Education. Her research areas in mental health and education are critical multicultural theory, the experiences of communities and people of color, and diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice. She is a National Holmes Alumnus scholar whose respect for human diversity is reflected in her work.
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