Supporting Graduate Students of Color in Educational Administration Preparation Programs: Faculty Perspectives on Best Practices, Possibilities, and Problems

@article{Young2008SupportingGS,
  title={Supporting Graduate Students of Color in Educational Administration Preparation Programs: Faculty Perspectives on Best Practices, Possibilities, and Problems},
  author={M. Young and J. Brooks},
  journal={Educational Administration Quarterly},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={391 - 423}
}
  • M. Young, J. Brooks
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • Educational Administration Quarterly
  • Overview: This article presents findings from a study that examined faculty perspectives on how individual faculty members and institutions support graduate students of color in educational administration preparation programs. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify strategies that faculty members and institutions employ to support graduate students of color. The authors were also interested in understanding challenges that face individuals and institutions as they seek to provide… CONTINUE READING
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