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Reading Motivation as a Moderator for Adolescent Literacy Outcomes
High school students often come to class without the necessary literacy proficiency for high school level content. English/Language Arts teachers find themselves needing to teach both grade level material alongside the ...
Family, Peers, Role Models and Resilience: Prominent Elements in the Success of Low-income High School Students
This study examined the experiences of high school students from low-income households and what they believe contributed to their persistence to their senior year. The intent of this research was to garner an understanding ...
Social and Academic Experiences of Black Transracial Adoptees at Four-Year Higher Education Institutions
Transracial adoptees (TRAs) from all racial/ethnic backgrounds remain an invisible population throughout research pertaining to the college students. This qualitative study examined social and academic experiences of Black ...
Experiences of Latinx DACA Students while Navigating a Four-Year College in a Politicized National Climate
College students with deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) status continue to attend higher education institutions (HEIs) despite their uncertain future in the United States. These students, particularly from ...
Black Scholars in White Spaces: Perspectives on Hip Hop Pedagogy in Higher Education
This study explored the perspectives of eight Black professors teaching Hip Hop at Predominantly White Institutions in the United States under the assumption that Black professors have a unique position in academia as ...
Using the System of Least Prompts to Teach Self-Help Skills to Students Who are Deafblind
To date, few evidence-based practices (e.g., in orientation and mobility, communication, literacy) have been identified for working with students who are deafblind (Ferrell, Bruce, & Luckner, 2014). No evidence-based ...