Lynn, M. (2006). Education For The Community: Exploring The Culturally Relevant Practices Of Black Male Teachers.Teachers College Record, 108(12), 2497-2522.
Black men have remained largely absent from the educational discourse on teachers and teaching. Even more important, their perspectives have not been fully considered in the debates over what constitutes culturally relevant classroom practice. In this article, portraits of the teaching lives of three Black men who worked as full-time teachers in urban schools in California are drawn. The portraits outline the teachers’ entree into teaching, their views on pedagogy, and their culturally and racially sensitive pedagogical practice.
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