Young British African and Caribbean men achieving educational success: disrupting deficit discourses about Black male achievement
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AbstractIn contrast to research that focuses on the underperformance of young Black males in the British education system, the dominant notion of this volume is educational success. By aiming to understand how young, Black—notably African and Caribbean—male education plays out in different educational spaces, this book provides new insights around intersections between, and across, different structural forces and educational contexts.
CitationWright C, Maylor U, Pickup T (2020) 'Young British African and Caribbean Men Achieving Educational Success: Disrupting Deficit Discourses about Black Male Achievement' , edn, : Routledge.
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