"Mentor Me To Mister" A Case Study of Mentoring through the Kappa Leadership and Developmental League
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Doctor of Education in Education Administration (Ed.D.)
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Dissertation (open access)
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Department of Leadership, Technology, and Human Development
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The purpose of this study was to explore the non-academic strategies the Kappa Leadership and Developmental League uses to mentor African American males and the impact it has on their academic and social achievement. The researcher used a collective case study design to identify the best practices of the Kappa League. Purposeful sampling was used to identify and invite Kappa League mentees, parents, advisors/mentors and school administrators as participants in the investigation. Kappa League members, their mentors, school administrators, and parents alike perceived the Kappa Leadership and Development League as highly effective in providing both direction and support for African American adolescent males. The program was found to employ best practices that previous research has identified for youth mentoring programs. The findings from this study enabled the researcher to make several recommendations regarding the academic and social achievement of African American males.
Johnson, Christopher Eugene, ""Mentor Me To Mister" A Case Study of Mentoring through the Kappa Leadership and Developmental League" (2011). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 378.
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