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Mentoring African American Males: A Research Design Comparison Perspective


reviewed by Joanne Marciano — October 22, 2015

coverTitle: Mentoring African American Males: A Research Design Comparison Perspective
Author(s): William Ross (Ed.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1623968011, Pages: 202, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 22, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18178, Date Accessed: 10/15/2018 1:29:20 PM

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  • Joanne Marciano
    Michigan State University
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    Joanne E. Marciano, EdD, is Coordinator of College Access and Transitions in the Career Services Network at Michigan State University. She is co-author with Dr. Michelle G. Knight of the book College Ready: Preparing Black and Latina/o Youth for Higher Education – A Culturally Relevant Approach (Teachers College Press, 2013) and has published research findings in Literacy and English Journal. She received her Ed.D. in Curriculum and Teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University and has 13 years experience as a secondary English teacher in the New York City public school system. Her most recent research utilizes a Social Participatory Youth Co-Researcher (SPYCR) methodology to explore the role Black and Latina/o urban youth’s peers and social media practices play in their college readiness and access.
 
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