Cirecie A. West-Olatunji, Assistant Professor of Counselor Education at the University of Florida, researches the schooling experiences of African-American children that affect their achievement and development.

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Publications:
How African American Middle School Girls Position Themselves as Mathematics and Science Learners

The purpose of this research was to examine how rising sixth-grade African American girls from local schools perceived and experienced mathematics and science instruction during their primary school years.

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Running Head: Rites of Passage Programs as Strength-based Interventions to Increase Mathematics and Science Achievement among Low-Income African American Youth

This presentation illustrates how rite of passage programs can be used as a strength-based, culturally relevant intervention to increase mathematics and science achievement among low-income, African American youth.

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