A Qualitative Study of African American Males in Administrative Roles in Higher Education

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  • Published documentation has suggested that many colleges and universities have a sufficiently diverse population of staff relative to the student population. However, research has shown the steady decline of African American males as instructors and educational leaders, particularly in higher education. This study explored the perspectives and experiences of eight educational leaders who are multi-degreed in various areas of education and hold leadership positions in secondary and postsecondary institutions throughout the United States. The findings shed light on the importance of the presence of African American males, the need for colleges and universities to market their graduate and postgraduate offerings, and the long-term benefits of making finances available to prospective students.
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  • 11/16/2023
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