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In this article, race-conscious student engagement is offered as an effective approach to narrowing racialized achievement disparities among college students, while simultaneously improving the experiences and outcomes of racial minority undergraduates. This version of student engagement is defined, and the mutual benefits it confers to students, educators, and predominantly white institutions are described in the article. But first, current racial gaps in the engagement of undergraduates are illuminated and discussed.
Harper, Ph.D., S. R. (2009). Race-Conscious Student Engagement Practices and the Equitable Distribution of Enriching Educational Experiences. Liberal Education, 38-45. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/gse_pubs/208
Date Posted: 20 July 2010