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College-Ready: Preparing Black and Latina/o Youth for Higher Education—A Culturally Relevant Approach


reviewed by Moira Ozias & T. Elon Dancy II — November 08, 2013

coverTitle: College-Ready: Preparing Black and Latina/o Youth for Higher Education—A Culturally Relevant Approach
Author(s): Michelle G. Knight & Joanne E. Marciano
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807754129, Pages: 168, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 08, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17311, Date Accessed: 10/2/2014 12:23:21 AM

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  • Moira Ozias
    University of Oklahoma
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    MOIRA OZIAS, MA, MSW is a doctoral student in Higher Education, and Associate Director of the OU Writing Center at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. Her research centers on issues of identity, particularly related to literacies and peer-learning. She actively partners with teachers and counselors in high school settings in an effort to increase access to college for students from under-represented groups and from under-resourced high schools.
  • T. Elon Dancy II
    University of Oklahoma
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    T. ELON DANCY II, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Higher Education, African & African American Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. His research focuses on the relationship between education and identity development for underrepresented student groups, particularly Black boys and young men. With more than 50 publications to his credit, Dr. Dancy is the author/editor of four books including The Brother Code: Manhood and Masculinity among African American Males in College.
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