Perspectives on Teacher Testing and Historically Black Colleges and Universities
(2003, 62 pages)
While our nation professes to value diversity and excellence, does it provide all teacher education programs with the resources needed to meet and exceed federally mandated teacher preparation standards and requirements? This report finds special challenges that newer federal education reforms pose to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), an important source of African American teachers and educational leaders. Its research and expert analysis offer timely recommendations to policy-makers and others concerned about teaching and education reform.