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By Brian L. McGowan, Robert T. Palmer, J. Luke Wood, David F. Hibbler Jr.

Utilizing an anti-deficit procedure, Black males within the Academy explores narratives of resiliency, good fortune, and success for black males within the academy. This booklet is a vital textual content for students drawn to selling good fortune in schooling for underrepresented minorities.

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Research on Black reentry and adult students examines the factors that motivate their return to school (Ross-Gordon & Brown-Haywood, 2000), the barriers and challenges they encounter (Ross-Gordon, 2005), and the actions, relationships, and circumstances that contribute to their success (Kasworm, 2002). Several motivational factors and causes are associated with reentry. , 2014). In addition, researchers have also found that Black reentry students cite that they return to school for social mobility (Thomas, 2001).

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