The Role of African American Mentor Teachers in Preparing White Preservice Teachers for African American Student Populations
Journal of Negro Education
A study examined preparation of white teachers for diverse classrooms. Primary participants were 13 preservice teachers attending Oregon State University and five African-American mentor teachers. Results showed that African-American mentor teachers played a critical role in producing culturally competent and successful white teachers of African-American students.
Higgins, Karen M. and Moule, Jean, "The Role of African American Mentor Teachers in Preparing White Preservice Teachers for African American Student Populations" (2007). Faculty Bibliography. 2170.
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