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By Bruce A. Jones, M. Christopher Brown II, Kassie Freeman
Black faculties are crucial to the supply of upper schooling. though, thereis scant remedy of those key associations within the learn literature. there's a desire for a finished and cogent realizing of the first features of the regulations and practices endemic to black coleges. This publication presents the scholarly foundation needful to prepare, givemeaning to, and form the analyses and functions of coverage and paractice in the black university. The accrued chapters reply to the paucity of study literature adressing those associations. In every one bankruptcy, the authors recognize the explicit features of black schools that cause them to certain.
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Academic Program Offerings Conrad et al. (1997) ranked academic offerings in this order of importance: (a) program offerings in high-demand ﬁelds, (b) unique program offerings (programs unduplicated in PWIs/enrollment caps in PWIs), (c) alternative program delivery systems: on- and/or off-campus, (d) graduate (master’s) program offerings in high-demand ﬁelds, and (e) positive reputation for quality. The Changing Role of Historically Black Colleges and Universities 21 The most important factor that contributes to the enrollment of white students at HBCUs is the presence of quality programs in high-demand ﬁelds such as business, engineering, and nursing (Sims, 1994).
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Black Colleges: New Perspectives on Policy and Practice (Educational Policy in the 21st Century) by Bruce A. Jones, M. Christopher Brown II, Kassie Freeman