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by Gordon L. Berry,Joy K. Asamen

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Gordon L. Berry,Joy K. Asamen
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Corwin (November 1, 1989)
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What factors can be attributed toward academic achievement of Black . Berry and Asamen's mission is to shift away from this narrow perspective and to look more holistically at the issues.

What factors can be attributed toward academic achievement of Black students? Should teachers be less concerned with curriculum content and more sensitive to the social and psychological needs during child development? . The authors argue that academic achievement for Black students is influenced not only by circumstances found in the individual or family and school settings, but by a whole host of factors.

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Black Students: Psychosocial Issues and Academic Achievement. Gordon L. Berry, Joy Keiko Asamen

Black Students: Psychosocial Issues and Academic Achievement. Berry, Joy Keiko Asamen. Preface Afro-American Students and Academic Achievement - Joy Keiko Jamen An Introduction PART ONE: SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS RELATED TO ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Prenatal and Postnatal Influence. More).

In Berry, G. & Asamen, J. K. (ed., Black Students: Psychosocial Issues and Academic Achievement . A comparative analysis of the self-concept and academic achievement of Black and White high-school students., Black Students: Psychosocial Issues and Academic Achievement, Sage, Newbury Park, CA, Vol. 109, 218-242. Antonovsky, A. (1967). Aspiration, class and racial-ethnic membership.

Why are so many Black students prematurely leaving school? What factors can be attributed to academic achievement of Black students? Should teachers be less concerned with curriculum content and more sensitive to social and psychological needs? The authors of this volume argue that academic achievement is influenced not only by circumstances found in the individual or family or school settings, but by a whole host of factors, such as social and economic environments, the development of the self-concept, peer pressure, personal attributes such as resources, skills and motivation. The contributors come from a variety of academic disciplines and they cover the full educational cycle from early childhood to tertiary education.