This guide will connect you to resources and research tips that will facilitate your exploration of historical and contemporary issues in Black/African American education in the US. These resources will support your examination of the changing landscape of neighborhoods and communities where BIPOC youth live in relationship to their educational experiences and opportunities.
In your study, you will find qualitative data in at least one of the categories below:
A critical analysis is an in-depth evaluation and critique of a work in any area of knowledge or a particular field of study. In this analysis, you will provide not only a summary or description but also your critical reasoning, where you will detail how and why something is important. A critical analysis will have more authority when the reasoning is supported by academic sources that are a part of this scholarly conversation.
Your critical analysis will connect changes over time in a BIPOC community to educationally relevant issues, politics, and/or policies.*
*= information provided by Terrenda White, Ph.D.