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How Does Engaging with On-campus Systems of Care Services Contribute Toward On-Time Graduation: Perceptions of Recent Graduate Participants and Advice to School Leaders
For decades, schools have sought to level inequities facing students through programs focusing on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: feed them and keep them safe and they can succeed. Though traditional services including free ...
There’s a Rhythm to Our Method: An Endarkened Narrative of Four Black Women Teachers’ School Discipline Practices
Due to Black women teachers’ cultural and historical legacies, Beauboeuf-Lafontant (2002) suggested that Black women’s form of care is often demonstrative of a womanist ethic of caring, which is defined by three ...
School Leadership: The Journey from Trauma Aware to Trauma-Informed
Until recently, discussions around trauma-informed approaches and practices have been limited primarily to the fields of mental health and social services; however, “attention to childhood trauma and the need for trauma-informed ...
Boundary Spanners and Community-University Engagement Networks: A Mixed Methods Ethnographic Study
Modern conceptions of land grant institutions have shifted focus from community outreach to community engagement, with focus on more egalitarian partnerships that place community members in active response to university ...
Exploring Learning Styles of University Students Involved in Entrepreneurial Activities
This study explored the learning styles of a sample population of students attending a land-grant university in the Southern region of the United States who were participating in entrepreneurial activities in parallel with ...