Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Education of Marginalized Populations
Critical essays on the new moral imperative for supporting marginalized students in PK-20 education
This chapter highlights the challenges that confront HBCUs in enhancement of student success and reduction of the achievement gap among Black students. There is also a focus on institution-centric factors related to administrative structure, leadership, governance, accountability and transparency, management of external relationships with stakeholders, internal culture and politics, among others. HBCU leaderships and stakeholders must implement fundamental changes to remain relevant and survive.
Education, HBCU, Government
African American Studies | Geography | History | Political Science
Eno, Victor, "Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Education of Marginalized Populations" (2019). FAMU Arts and Sciences. 14.