Index

African American Rural Education

ISBN: 978-1-83909-871-0, eISBN: 978-1-83909-870-3

ISSN: 2051-2317

Publication date: 9 November 2020

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(2020), "Index", Chambers, C.R. and Crumb, L. (Ed.) African American Rural Education (Advances in Race and Ethnicity in Education, Vol. 7), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 199-203. https://doi.org/10.1108/S2051-231720200000007015

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INDEX

Academic

achievement
, 55

behaviors
, 56–57

preparation
, 92–93, 95–96

self-efficacy
, 25

self-esteem
, 25

tracking
, 71–72

Access
, 68, 69, 74

Accessibility to postsecondary opportunities
, 56

Accountability assessments
, 57

Advanced Placement (AP)
, 26, 27

African American(s)
, 23, 88–89, 156–157

constructions of race and ethnicity by locale
, 9–11

educational attainment of rural people
, 3–5, 4

intersection of place and race
, 8

official definitions of rural places
, 5–6

recommendations for pedagogy, practice, and research
, 11–12

rural students
, 1–3

schools
, 20

socially constructed meanings of “rural”
, 6–7

urban–rural binary
, 7–8

Alabama Black Belt
, 156

positive change in education in Alabama
, 161–163

Alabama HBCU
, 157

doctor of education program
, 157–161

American Counseling Association (ACA)
, 170

American School Counselor’s Association (ASCA)
, 33

Analysis of variance (ANOVA)
, 111

Appalachia(n)
, 170

outsider
, 176–177

region
, 170–171

Autoethnography
, 178, 179

Belonging
, 93

Black feminist autoethnography
, 171–172

Black feminist thought (BFT)
, 171, 172–173

#BlackGirlMagic
, 68

CRF and
, 73–75

and educational resiliency
, 75–79

intersection of place and race
, 69

underrepresentation of black girls in gifted education
, 70–73

Black girls in gifted education programs
, 68, 70–73

Black males in rural contexts
, 54

challenges
, 60

issues
, 60–61

literature review
, 55–60

opportunities
, 60–61

rationale
, 54

recommendations
, 61–62

rural community settings
, 57–59

rural students
, 59–60

Black rural people
, 4–5

Black students
, 59, 105–106, 134, 140

Black/African American

education
, 108

women
, 171

Boykin model
, 47

Brown vs. Board of Education
, 20, 57–58

Career and technical education (CTE)
, 26

Classism as endemic to US society
, 74

Clemson ES program
, 130

Clemson University On-campus Summer Experiences
, 122–123

Coautoethnography
, 178

Cognitive strategies
, 56–57

College

access
, 120

aspirations
, 23–24, 32–33, 91–92

and career counseling
, 33

education
, 20

College and career readiness (CCR)
, 56–57

College choice
, 20–21

context of study
, 25–27

findings
, 27–31

instrumentation
, 23–25

literature review
, 21–23

research method
, 23

theoretical framework
, 21

College experiences of rural African Americans
, 88–89

data analysis
, 90–91

data collection
, 90

double consciousness theory
, 93–94

findings
, 94–97

future research
, 99

limitation of current literature
, 98–99

literature review
, 91–93

participants
, 89–90

researcher bias
, 89

trustworthiness
, 91

Community college
, 104–105

Confirmability
, 91

Content knowledge
, 56–57

Contextual skills
, 56–57

Correlation analysis
, 29

Counseling groups
, 77

Counselors
, 78

Counterstories
, 75

Credibility
, 91

Critical multicultural pedagogy
, 79

Critical race feminism (CRF)
, 69, 73–75

challenge to dominant ideology
, 74–75

commitment to social justice
, 75

experiential knowledge
, 75

intersectionality
, 75

racism, sexism, and classism as endemic to US society
, 74

Critical race theory (CRT)
, 73–74

Cultural

capital
, 23–25, 29

culturally conscious definitions and measurements of achievement
, 78–79

culturally responsive education for gifted black rural students
, 46–48

diversity
, 134

mismatch
, 45

Culturally responsive classroom management (CRCM)
, 134

emphasis on content vs. classroom management
, 141–142

lack of diversity and CRCM course content
, 145–146

literature review
, 135–137

quality of field experiences
, 142–143

quality of program instructors
, 143–145

recommendations for practice
, 150–151

research method
, 137–140

sample
, 139–140

teacher personal experiences
, 147–148

De facto segregation in American Education
, 70–71

Deficit-oriented thinking
, 71–72

Dependability
, 91

Distance education programming
, 45

Double consciousness theory (W. E. B. Du Bois)
, 88–89, 93–94

Economic disadvantage
, 69

Education
, 10, 20

Educational attainment of rural people
, 2–5

Educational improvement
, 159–160

Educational resiliency
, 71, 75–79

of Black girls
, 69

critical multicultural pedagogy
, 79

culturally conscious definitions and measurements of achievement
, 78–79

development of strong racial, ethnic, and social identities
, 76

educator recruitment, preparation, and training
, 78

family–school–community partnerships
, 76–77

recommendations for future research
, 79

Educator(s)

of gifted students
, 47–48

recruitment, preparation, and training
, 78

Emerging Scholars (ES)
, 120

academics and college preparation experiences
, 122–123

impact
, 128–129

Jason personal experience and perspective
, 127–130

measures of success
, 126–127

participants
, 121–122

program and community connections
, 123–126

program overview
, 120–121

Employment rates
, 56

Enlistment, Employment, Enrollment (E3)
, 26

Equity
, 74

Ethnicity
, 4

constructions by locale
, 9–11

Every Student Succeeds Act
, 56

Experiential knowledge
, 75

Extrafamilial encouragement
, 25

Facebook
, 125

Family–school–community partnerships
, 76–77

Feelings of isolation and marginalization
, 96–97

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
, 22

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP)
, 34

Games-Howell

post hoc test
, 111–112

procedure
, 109

Gifted education
, 68, 70–73

Giftedness
, 73

Graduation rates
, 55

Habitus
, 20–21, 23–24, 29, 32–33

Health sciences and engineering
, 34

High School Longitudinal Study (HSLS)
, 107–108

Higher education. (see also Rural gifted education programs)
, 105

barriers to black student mathematics achievement
, 106–107

data analysis
, 109

definitions/variables
, 108–109

implications for practice
, 113–114

literature review
, 104–107

mathematics in four-year college enrollment
, 105–106

mathematics self-efficacy
, 107

research method
, 107–109

results
, 109–112

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
, 97, 134, 137–138, 156–157

Historically White Institutions (HWIs)
, 134

Home Community Academic Year Experiences
, 123

Horizontalization
, 90–91

Identity
, 2, 9

Imbedded racism
, 10

In-school counseling groups
, 77

Instagram
, 125

Institutional support
, 25

Intelligence
, 73

Intentional parent engagement
, 77

Intersectionality
, 75

Junior reserve officer training corps (JROTC)
, 26

Leadership experiences
, 25

Linear multiple regression
, 30

Mail
, 125

Malcolm X
, 20

Mathematics

barriers to black student mathematics achievement
, 106–107

in four-year college enrollment
, 105–106

self-efficacy
, 107

Micropolitan areas
, 5–6

“Mirror and window books” phrase
, 48

Multicultural counseling
, 169–170, 170

Appalachian outsider
, 176–177

Appalachian region
, 170–171

black feminist autoethnography
, 171–172

complex minoritized status
, 173–175

implications and recommendations
, 178–179

limitations
, 178

method
, 172–173

preempting manifestations of whiteness
, 175–176

training
, 170–171, 178

Multicultural gifted education scholars
, 70

Multiple jeopardy
, 70

Multiplicity
, 75

National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
, 2, 5, 6, 107–108

Nonmetro counties
, 5–6

Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
, 5–6

One-way ANOVA
, 109, 111

Online education programming
, 45

P-12 educational experience
, 127–128

Paired-samples t-test
, 109

Parent Awareness Weekend (PAW)
, 124

Parental engagement
, 55

Passport
, 20

Persistent poverty
, 10–11

Plessy v. Ferguson case (1896)
, 58

Postsecondary education
, 91, 104

Postsecondary opportunities, accessibility to
, 56

Poverty
, 41, 59, 105

Precollegiate opportunities
, 34–35

Predominantly White institution (PWI)
, 94, 98

Professional learning experiences
, 46

Program advisor (PA)
, 128–129

Quality teachers
, 134

Race
, 4, 122

constructions by locale
, 9–11

intersection of place and
, 8

Racialized tracking
, 70, 71–72

Racism as endemic to US society
, 74

Relationship motivator
, 31

Rural
, 21–22

black families and community
, 76

brain drain
, 107

communities
, 40–41

community settings
, 57–59

schooling
, 157, 163

schools
, 41, 60

settings
, 59

socially constructed meanings of
, 6–7

students
, 2, 59–60, 91, 108, 135

Rural gifted education programs. (see also Higher education)

challenges facing by black, gifted, and rural students in America
, 40–41

culturally responsive education for gifted black rural students
, 46–48

lack of access to opportunities
, 41–49

mediating isolation in rural schooling
, 44–46

recommendations for research and improved practice in schools
, 48–49

underrepresentation of black students in gifted education
, 42–44

Rural places

NCES
, 6

official definitions of
, 5–6

United States Census Bureau
, 5

USDA
, 5–6

Rurality
, 108–109

School

administrators
, 156–157, 162

relationships with school personnel
, 77

school-based mentoring relationships
, 77

Self-efficacy
, 107

Sexism as endemic to US society
, 74

Social justice
, 75

South East County High School (SECHS)
, 25–26, 33

State slave codes
, 70

Student development
, 12

Students for Fair Admissions Inc. v. Harvard College (2019)
, 33

Survey of Attitudes and Beliefs Influencing College Choice (SABICC)
, 23–24

Teacher(s)
, 134

education programs
, 134–135

personal experiences
, 147–148

preparation program
, 143–144

Three-phase model
, 21

Transferability
, 91

Transracial teaching
, 70, 72–73

Trustworthiness
, 91

Twitter
, 125

United States Census Bureau
, 5

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
, 2, 5–6

Upward Bound
, 34

Urbanormative thinking
, 7

Urban–rural binary
, 7–8

Westernized approaches to learning and achievement
, 70, 73

White teachers
, 43–44

Whiteness
, 10

preempting manifestations of
, 175–176