5 edition of Literacy Among African-American Youth found in the catalog.
by Hampton Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Vivian L. Gadsden (Editor), Daniel A. Wagner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||316|
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Literacy Among African-American Youth: Issues in Learning, Teaching, and Schooling (Literacy-Research, Policy, and Practice) Hardcover – January 1, by Vivian L. Gadsden (Author, Editor),Cited by: Literacy Among African-American Youth: Issues in Learning, Teaching, and Schooling (Literacy: Research, Policy and Practice) Paperback – November 1, by Vivian L.
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This book draws on research from various academic fields to explore the issues surrounding African American literacy and to aid in developing culturally responsive school and library programs with the goal of helping to close the achievement gap and improve the quality of life for African American youth.
The book merges the work of Literacy Among African-American Youth book three Pages: Wagner, Daniel A. and Gadsden, Vivian L. Literacy among African-American youth: issues in learning, teaching, and schooling / edited by Vivian L.
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Instead, what should matter, adds Tatum, an expert on the literacy of African-American males in K–12 and a former Chicago middle school teacher, is “Black boys’ access to and relationships with text.
It’s where teachers should focus.” Text Matters: Just Ask. Revere High School English teacher Nancy Barile is applying that focus. And, citing the old chestnut, “when White folks sneeze, Black folks catch the flu,” where there is this dire a problem among America’s youth in general, African American youth are staring at death’s door regarding functional literacy in America.
African-American Students Lagging Far Behind A new analysis provides a sobering gut-check on the achievement gap in U.S. schools. By Lauren Camera, Senior Education Writer Dec. 11, Author: Lauren Camera. In this edited volume, Gadsden and Wagner have brought a coterie of minds to bear on a range of literacy issues confronting African American youth, their parents, schools, and communities.
The result is a book that explores the linkages between illiteracy, poverty, and race; and that addresses issues that have been the concerns of educators, researchers, policy makers, and parents for several decades.
This important book is a call to action for the library community to address the literacy and life outcome gaps impacting African American youth. It provides strategies that enable school and public librarians to transform their services, programs, and collections to be more responsive to the literacy strengths, experiences, and needs of African American youth.
This book draws on research from various academic fields to explore the issues surrounding African American literacy and to aid in developing culturally responsive school and library programs with the goal of helping to close the achievement gap and improve the quality of life for African American : ABC-CLIO.
Summary: This volume expands on existing research in literacy and African-American education, and discusses a range of literacy issues confronting African-American and other youth in. Historically, texts have been central in the literacy development of African American males, with the connections among reading, writing, speaking, and action eminently clear.
The literacy development of African American males, both self-generated and school-rendered, connectedCited by: 1. WHAT WORKS FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: Lessons from Experimental Evaluations of Programs and Interventions Tawana Bandy, B.S.
and Kristin A. Moore, Ph.D. February OVERVIEW The disproportionate vulnerability of African American youth to certain negative outcomes, includingFile Size: KB. BUILDING A BRIDGE TO LITERACY FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN MALE YOUTH A CALL TO ACTION FOR THE LIBRARY COMMUNITY JuneChapel Hill, North Carolina In the final chapter of their book, Change is Gonna Come: summit “Building a Bridge to Literacy for African Ameri-can Male Youth: A Call to Action for the Library Community” File Size: 7MB.
Financial literacy among African-Americans is even lower. Furthermore, African-American financial literacy is lower than that of whites in all but one functional knowledge area.
African-American financial literacy tends to be lowest in the areas of insuring, comprehending risk and uncertainty, investing and go-to information sources. Literacy, Education, and Identity among African-Americans.
Vivian L. Gadsden. Urban Education 4, Literacy, Education, and Identity among African-Americans: The Communal Nature of Learning Show all authors Paper presented at the conference on Literacy among Black Youth, University of Pennsylvania.
Google Scholar. Taylor, D Cited by: Faltering literacy rates among youth have a dramatic impact on where we end up later in our lifetimes. Statistics provided by the National Assessment of Adult Literacy, say that two-thirds of kids who aren’t reading well in fourth grade will end up on welfare or in jail and have a 78% chance of not catching up to their reading benchmarks.
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has produced numerous publications in the field of literacy, with a focus on adult basic education and international literacy development. Literacy among African-American youth.
Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Wagner, D. A. ().Literacy and Literacies is an engaging account of literacy and its relation to power. The book develops a synthesis of literacy studies, moving beyond received categories, and exploring the domain of power through questions of colonialism, modern state formation, educational systems Cited by: