Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
As we prepare to address and stem many of the systemic racist policies that plague our low-income minority students, we have to remain diligent and innovative in our attempt to provide our low-income minority students, as early as pre-kindergarten, access to opportunities that will ultimately prepare them for post-secondary success. This study focuses on how accountability policies and expectations for turnaround schools have had a long-term impact on the type of opportunities students who attend these schools will ultimately have. This study also proposes two policies that work to not only increase opportunities for low-income urban minority students who attend these turnaround schools, but also work tirelessly and strategically to prepare students to take full advantage of these opportunities.
Rodgers, Cleophas, "CLOSING THE OPPORTUNITY GAP FOR LOW-INCOME URBAN MINORITY STUDENTS IN TURNAROUND SCHOOLS" (2019). Dissertations. 425.