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Administrative and Instructional Leadership
Nationally, men of color are graduating college at the lowest rates of all race gender subgroups. Prior research suggests this population faces unique obstacles as it relates to race and gender and these challenges are often invisible and difficult to resolve. Academic supports can help students overcome these obstacles; however, it is not clear that they are influencing Black men’s academic help-seeking behavior and, thus, their educational outcomes. Using the Motivated Learning Strategies Questionnaire and data from Knight Community College, two multiple regressions and three t-test were used to explore the relationship between value, expectancy, program participation and resource management strategies for an English 101 course. This research may help understand perceptions of resource management and identify predictive relationships. Additionally, findings may provide new strategies and initiatives may be innovated.
Tolbert, Bryce E., "HELP, IS IT WORTH IT FOR ME(N)?: A STUDY OF FACTORS AFFECTING BLACK MEN'S PERCEPTION OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN COMMUNITY COLLEGE" (2023). Theses and Dissertations. 637.