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The Overrepresentation of African American Males in Special Education Classroom: Advantages of Single Sex Education

@inproceedings{Cloonan2016TheOO,
  title={The Overrepresentation of African American Males in Special Education Classroom: Advantages of Single Sex Education},
  author={Emily J. Cloonan},
  year={2016}
}
African American males are more likely to be placed in a special education classroom setting than any other racial and gender combination. Current research suggests that African American males are less likely to be placed in a special education classroom if they attend a single sex school. With this information, I wanted to find out if the current literature review research could be applied to the Rochester City School District. I analyzed public data provided by the New York State Department… Expand

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