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Defining the Context of Early Computer Learning for African American Males in Urban Elementary Schools
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Journal of Negro Education Volume 63, Number 4, ISSN 0022-2984

Abstract

Examines the viability of black male involvement in preparing for the technological innovations of the next century's work force. Results from 2 urban elementary schools and 16 black males in these schools reveal that black males are being placed at risk for failure in the Information Age. Lack of support systems and resources are primary problems. (GR)

Citation

Carver, B.A. (1994). Defining the Context of Early Computer Learning for African American Males in Urban Elementary Schools. Journal of Negro Education, 63(4), 532. Retrieved March 25, 2019 from .

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