VOICES FROM THE EDUCATIONAL FRINGE: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY EXPLORING EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MALES IN AN ALTERNATIVE GED PROGRAM

Black males are more likely than others to attend alternative education programs and schools (McCall, 2003; Howard, 2008). Alternative high schools and programs tend to serve a disproportionate number of male students, students of color, at risk students, and economically disadvantaged students (McNulty & Roseboro, 2009; Watson, 2011). A significant number of Black male students will pursue the GED credential in these programs. This ethnographic study focuses on Black male students who have dropped out...
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