The Handbook of African American Education reflects historical and current perspectives on African Americans in secondary and post-secondary education. Its content promotes inquiry and development of questions, ideas and dialogue about critical practice, theory, and research about African Americans in the United States educational system. The Handbook serves as a comprehensive collection of scholarship that presents theoretical and empirical work on historical perspectives, teaching and learning, secondary school leadership, higher education, current issues, and education policy. This comprehensive body of work will also make significant contributions to the scholarship on African Americans in the broad context of United States education and society.
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Author Biography - Linda C. Tillman
A former public school educator with teaching and administrative experience, Linda C. Tillman is a professor in the Educational Leadership program. Her teaching goals facilitate students' mastery of theoretical constructs and research design and allow them to co-construct multiple knowledge bases leading to more informed leadership theory and practice.