Racelessness in Private Schools: Should We Deconstruct the Racial and Cultural Identity of African-American Adolescents?
by Signithia Fordham — 1991
Paper argues that racelessness is a concept that symbolizes efforts to deconstuct historically constituted relationships between African-Americans and whites, including intrusion into the notion of academic adequacy and African-American students' enrollment in private schools. The paper discusses implications of racelessness for African-American students' school performance in private school contexts. (Source: ERIC)
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