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Grass Roots and Glass Ceilings: African American Administrators in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities (SUNY series, Frontiers in Education) epub ebook

by William B. Harvey

Grass Roots and Glass Ceilings: African American Administrators in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities (SUNY series, Frontiers in Education) epub ebook

Author: William B. Harvey
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press (April 1, 1999)
Pages: 169 pages
ISBN: 0791441644
ISBN13: 978-0791441640
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of African American leaders in predominantly white institutions of higher education. and Universities (Suny Series, Frontiers in Education).

They discuss their perseverance over obstacles such as racism Grass Roots and Glass Ceilings offers observations and reflections on the experiences of African American leaders in predominantly white institutions of higher education. Grass Roots and Glass Ceilings: African American Administrators in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities (Suny Series, Frontiers in Education). 0791441644 (ISBN13: 9780791441640).

African American university and college presidents, vice presidents, and deans offer firsthand reflections on their encounters with racism in higher education and the strategies they use to overcome obstacles they face. Grass Roots and Glass Ceilings offers observations and reflections on the experiences of African American leaders in predominantly white institutions of higher education. These current and past presidents, vice presidents, and deans relate frankly and in detail their personal experiences in the academic setting.

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The African-American senior level administrators in this book were asked to provide insight and to provide the readers . Chapter 1, "Succeeding against the Odds in Higher Education: Advancing Society by Overcoming Obstacles Due to Race and Gender," was written by Reatha Clark King.

The African-American senior level administrators in this book were asked to provide insight and to provide the readers with clarity about the ways in which educational, social, and political issues, including race relations, are reflected in predominantly white colleges and universities. Each contributor provides the reader with an exciting and motivating personal story. Stories about overcoming the odds.

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Title: SUNY series, frontiers in education. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Harvey, William B. (William Bernard). Personal Name: Harvey, William B. Rubrics: Discrimination in higher education United States African American college administrators.

Grass Roots and Glass Ceilings: African American Administrators in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities. Wo-managing Further Education: Gender and the Construction of the Manager in the Corporate Colleges of England

Grass Roots and Glass Ceilings: African American Administrators in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 37, 442–7. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Wo-managing Further Education: Gender and the Construction of the Manager in the Corporate Colleges of England. Gender and Education, Vol. 11, No. 3, 323–42. Ross, M. and Green, M. F. (2000).

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African American university and college presidents, vice presidents, and deans offer firsthand reflections on their encounters with racism in higher education and the strategies they use to overcome obstacles they face.
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