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Afrocentric Education in Supplementary Schools: Paradigm and Practice at the Mary McLeod Bethune Institute
This article examines the history, philosophy, curriculum, methodology, and operations of the Mary McLeod Bethune Institute (MMBI), an Afrocentric supplementary school located in Los Angeles, California. Qualitative data focusing on MMBI students, parents, and staff, and on the school’s relationship with its students’ public schools and communities are presented.
Author/Creator: Kifano, S.
Author's address: Howard University Press
Washington, D.C. 20059
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Negro Education
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