Access to Upper-Level Mathematics: The Stories of Successful African American Middle School Boys
Robert Q. Berry III
November 2008, Volume 39, Issue 5, Page 464
This article is about 8 African American middle school boys who have experienced success in mathematics. Five themes emerged from the data: (a) early educational experiences, (b) recognition of abilities and how it was achieved, (c) support systems, (d) positive mathematical and academic identity, and (e) alternative identities.
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