As Teacher College Programs throughout the country attempt to increase their numbers of quality educators entering a classroom, an abiding concern remains: how do universities attract and successfully transition Black male students to become K-12 teachers? Such a lasting question has caused several national programs to arise, specifically a national initiative consortium (NIC) that involved several colleges of education programs to develop and sustain strategies to increase Black male teachers in the profession
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Journal of Research Initiatives
Ali, S. (2018). A qualitative study: How Northeastern Illinois University's college of education program successfully prepares Black males with a previous individualized learning plan to become teachers. Journal of Research Initiatives, 3(2). Retrieved from https://neiudc.neiu.edu/eics-pub/6.