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The Significance of Data Disaggregation in the Study of Boys and Men of Color

Perspectives from the Asian American and Pacific Islander Student Population


by Tarenishi, Nguyen



Introduction

The field of culturally responsive evaluations (CRE) and comprehensive efforts to improve outcomes for boys and men of color (BMOC) are in their infancy. Yet attention to the development of the knowledge base and expansion of practice is needed due to the groundswell of interest in both areas in recent years. For instance, in 2014, President Obama established the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Task Force. MBK is a coordinated federal effort with private philanthropic organizations and communities to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by BMOC and to ensure that all young people can reach their full potential. While BMOCs are the targets of many social programs and interventions, a dearth of high-quality culturally responsive evaluations exist on the effectiveness of various gender- and population-speci c approaches for BMOCs to achieve measurable results.



The Significance of Data Disaggregation in the Study of Boys and Men of Color

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The Significance of Data Disaggregation in the Study of Boys and Men of Color

Perspectives from the Asian American and Pacific Islander Student Population


by Robert T. Tarenishi, Bach Mai Dolly Nguyen
Institute for Immigration, Globalization, and Education
University of California, Los Angeles

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