Black American scholars; a study of their beginnings.


Detroit, Mich., Balamp Pub. [1972] .

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Subjects African Americans -- Education.
Description v, 210 pages maps 23 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes "Original study bears the title, A study of factors involved in the identification and encouragement of unusual academic talent among under-privileged populations, and is identified in Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) as document no. ED 010669."
"Performed under contract no. SAE 8028 with the U.S. Office of Education."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Problems and procedures -- A history of the American Negro scholar and doctorate -- Family origins -- The secondary, collegiate, and graduate school background of the Negro doctorate -- Some characteristics of the Negro doctorate -- The "intelligence" of the Negro doctorate -- The geographical origins of the Negro doctorate -- Were these the truly underprivileged? -- Summary, findgs, conclusions, and recommendations.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)466911
(OCoLC)ocm00466911
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WorldCat Identities Bond, Horace Mann, 1904-1972.
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