Volume 69, Number 3 (Summer 2000)
Table of Contents
Influences on Mathematics Learning Among African American High School Students
John P. Thomas
Stereotype Threat Reduction and Wise Schooling: Towards the Successful Socialization of
African American Doctoral Students in Education
Edward Taylor and James Soto Antony
Strengths and Needs of African American and European American Grandmothers in the
Working and Middle Classes
Jeffrey A. Watson and Sally A. Koblinsky
Booker T. Washington and Progressive Education: An experimentalist approach to curriculum
development and reform
Through the Looking Glass: Harnessing the Power of African American Children's Literature
Marta D. Collier
Reducing Prejudice and Stereotyping in Schools, by Walter Stephan.
Human Services and the Full Service School: The Need for Collaboration, edited by Robert F.
(Jean A. Patterson)
We Can’t Teach What WE Don’t Know: White Teachers, Multiracial Schools, by Gary R.
Sistahs in College: Making a Way Out of NO Way, by Juanita Johnson-Bailey
Cover: A student taking a math test at Woodrow Wilson Senior High School, Washington, DC. Photograph taken by Nestor Hernandez, courtesy of the District of Columbia Public Schools.