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Extracurricular Participation and Academic Achievement in Minority Students in Urban Schools
Restructured extracurricular activities are a component in many of the proposed solutions for the educational problems of minority students in urban schools. This study investigates the relationships between participation in traditional extracurricular activities and the academic achievement levels of minority male and female students in poor urban schools.
Author/Creator: Lisella, L.C., Serwatka, T.S.
Date Published: March
Journal/Secondary Title: Urban Review
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