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Black Male Students in the Community College and Faculty Student Engagement: Differential Scores Across Levels of Faculty- Derived Campus Ethos

@inproceedings{Harrison2014BlackMS,
  title={Black Male Students in the Community College and Faculty Student Engagement: Differential Scores Across Levels of Faculty- Derived Campus Ethos},
  author={J. Harrison and Ang{\'e}lica M. G. Palacios},
  year={2014}
}
The purpose of this study sought to determine whether there were differences in students’ levels of engagement with faculty members based on different levels of faculty members’ welcomeness and imbuement of belonging. Using CCSM © data, this dataset was delimited to a sample of Black men who attended community college at a large urban district in the western United States. Data in this study were analyzed using analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). Findings from this study demonstrate that faculty… Expand

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