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Sociocultural Factors Affecting School Culture for African American Students: A Case Study

The case study of an all-male Catholic college preparatory school illustrates that, although the school appears to be a model school, African American students do not feel connected to the school community or culture, and many experience alienation, frustration, and racial prejudice at the school. Initial interview questions were pretested with 10 students, and then surveys of 66 members of the larger student population and 10 faculty members were conducted.

  • Author/Creator: Martin, Shane P.
  • Date Published: 11-09
  • Year: 1996

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