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The Duality of Women Scholars of Color: Transforming and Being Transformed in the Academy


reviewed by Tawannah G. Allen — October 14, 2015

coverTitle: The Duality of Women Scholars of Color: Transforming and Being Transformed in the Academy
Author(s): Gaă«Tane Jean-Marie, Cosette M. Grant & Beverly Irby (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1623965020, Pages: 178, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 14, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18145, Date Accessed: 12/17/2017 12:31:25 PM

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  • Tawannah Allen
    High Point University
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    TAWANNAH G. ALLEN an associate professor of Educational Leadership at High Point University, is an Executive Board member of the National Council of Professors of Education Administration (NCPEA) a member of the Global Scholars Advisors Panel (SAP). Comprised of researchers and academicians the SAP serves as a national clearinghouse providing evidence-based research, data analysis, and professional development sessions, focusing on the plight of young men and boys of color. As a panelist, Dr. Allen designs and facilitates trainings/lectures on the challenges African-American and Latino male students face while being educated within the public school sector. During these sessions, Dr. Allen addresses the effects of negative stereotyping of minority males. In addition to improving the educational outcomes for minority males, her areas of research include successful recruiting strategies for minority teachers and administrators, minority recruitment in public schools and university settings, and turnaround strategies for failing schools.

    Prior to joining HPU, Dr. Allen served in several central office and building level administrative capacities within four North Carolina Public School districts. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, K-5 Teaching Certificate and Master of Education in Communication Disorders all from North Carolina Central University, while also earning a Master of School Administration from Fayetteville State University. Her Doctorate in Education degree was earned from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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