Communities for and with Black Male Students

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Four strategies can be effective in creating supportive learning environments.

Contributor Notes

Christopher C. Jett, cjett@westga.edu, is a mathematics teacher educator in the Department of Mathematics at the University of West Georgia in Carrollton. His research examines the mathematical experiences of African American male students using critical race and culturally relevant frameworks.

David W. Stinson, dstinson@gsu.edu, is a mathematics teacher educator and education researcher in the Department of Middle and Secondary Education at Georgia State University in Atlanta. His research interests include mathematical identities and the uses of critical postmodern theory in mathematics education research and classroom practices.

Brian A. Williams, bawilli@gsu.edu, is a science teacher educator and education researcher in the Department of Early Childhood Education and director of the Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence at Georgia State University. His research interests are in the intersection of science education, urban education, and education for social justice.

(Corresponding author is Jett cjett@westga.edu)(Corresponding author is Stinson dstinson@gsu.edu)(Corresponding author is Williams bawilli@gsu.edu)
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