Raising African American Males is comprised of strategies and interventions that can assist and improve African American males' achievement in all areas of academics as well as in their everyday lives. Theresa Harris and George Taylor provide pedagogical strategies that employ various instructional tools for teachers, parents, African American youth, and administrators.
Theresa L. Harris and George Taylor are both tenured faculty members at Coppin State University. They have authored books and have traveled worldwide to study abroad.
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Standards Based Life Skills Interventions Chapter 3: Societal and Environment Factors Chapter 4: Drug Education Awareness and Intervention Strategies Chapter 5: Modeling Themes for Parental Support Chapter 6: Learning Theories for Parents Chapter 7: Assessment Strategies Chapter 8: A Proposed Model for Closing the Achievement Gap Chapter 9: Coordination and Utilization of the Community Resources Chapter 10: Summary