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Abiding Impediments: A Call for Additional Research

by Cedric Bass - June 04, 2012

This research discusses the necessity for more research that seeks to improve African American faculty retention in institutions of higher education, especially at predominantly White institutions of higher education (PWIs). As such, until more research studies are done about African American faculty at PWIs, these institutions will likely continue to employ few African American faculty members because the limited number of studies specifically addressing African American faculty members makes it difficult to assess the factors that engender their retention.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 04, 2012
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16788, Date Accessed: 9/19/2021 12:27:33 AM

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  • Cedric Bass
    Winston-Salem State University
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    CEDRIC BASS is an assistant professor of English and English education at Winston-Salem State University, where he also serves as the English Education Program Coordinator in the School of Education and Human Performance. Dr. Bass earned his Ph.D. from The American University and his MA from Howard University. He is most recognized for the creation of his presentations about and his publication of “Scotch-U-Lary: A Low Tech Vocabulary Game,” which is designed to expand the vocabulary of students who otherwise lack successful tools for learning new terminology. Dr. Bass has also written and published book chapters relative to children’s literature and methods and strategies for teaching English in the secondary classroom setting.
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