In Pursuit of Equality in Higher Education

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780930390686
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/1/1987
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.12 (w) x 9.32 (h) x 0.89 (d)

Meet the Author

Anne S. Pruitt is Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence and Prefessor of Education in the Department of Educational Policy and Leadership at the Ohio State University. She is a graduate in psychology of Howard University, with graduate degrees from Columbia University. Her experience includes serving as dean of students at Albany State College and at Fisk University and on the faculty of Case Western Reserve University. She has authored several publications dealing with desegregation in higher education, including the desegregation process in Nashville, Savannah, and Norfolk. She is a member of the Southern Education Foundation's Research Task Force.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Part 1: The Adams Case Chapter 3 A Review of Early Decisions on Adams v. Richardson Part 4 Part 2: Access and Progression: Determinants of Success Chapter 5 Recent College and University Enrollment Patterns of Black Students in States Affected by Adams Litigation Chapter 6 Determining the College Destination of Black Students Chapter 7 Access, Retention, and Progression of Black Students through the Two-Tier Florida Higher Educatio System Chapter 8 Racial Differences in College Student Achievement Chapter 9 Institutional Effectiveness in the Production of Black Baccalaureates Chapter 10 Ending the White Monopoly on Graduate and Professional Education Part 11 Part 3: Aspirations and Career Choices of Black Students Chapter 12 The Educational Attainment Process among Black Youth Chapter 13 Black College Students and Their Major Field Choice Chapter 14 Factors Related to the Postbaccalaureate Careers of Black Graduates of Selected Four-Year Institutions in Alabama Part 15 Part 4: Social and Psychological Dimensions of the Learning Environment: Experiences of Blacks on College Campuses Chapter 16 Coping Strategies: Retaining Black Students in College Chapter 17 College in Black and White: Black Student Experiences on Black and White Campuses Chapter 18 Mentoring and Networking among Blacks Part 19 Part 5: The Significance of Financial Aid for Black Students in Higher Education Chapter 20 Financial Access to Postsecondary Education for Minority-Poverty Students: A Look at the Recent Past and a View of the Future Chapter 21 A Study of Title III's Impact on Traditionally Black Institutions Part 22 Part 6: The Employment of Blacks in Traditionally White Institutions Chapter 23 Black Employees in Traditionally White Institutions in the Adams States, 1975 to 1977 Part 24 Part 7: Summary and Conclusions Chapter 25 Highlights of the Studies and Some Policy Initiatives

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