(Re) Authorizing Literacy Practices for African American Boys
by Alfred W. Tatum, Ph.D.
University of Illinois at Chicago
The education of young children has been discussed for more than two centuries in the United States. However, we are in our infancy discussing instructional practices and methods that advance the reading and writing achievement of African American boys. This is not to say that African American boys have not been excelling at both for a very long time, but the voices of those who specifically advocate for their reading and...