Erasing Black Girls' Education Entitlement
Data collected from Black high school girls regarding their academic experience in American schools.
Email address *
At your campus, have you ever felt discriminated against in the classroom? *
Not at all.
A great deal.
Have you ever felt unheard (i.e. no compassion, empathy towards your concern) as it relates to disciplinary actions or in discussion with faculty/staff? *
Not at all.
A great deal.
Do you know of an instance where you or a person of color received a harsher punishment than other students of a different race? *
Do you know of student or have you been arrested at school following a disciplinary action or dispute? *
Do you see representation/reflections of yourself in the faculty/staff? *
Not at all.
A great deal.
What percentage of the campus is considered Black? *
Do you see Blacks in leadership roles on campus (principal, assistant principal, deans, head of school, other administrative roles)? *
Not at all.
A great deal.
Do you feel confident in faculty/staff members' ability to comfort you as an adolescent Black woman? *
Not at all.
A great deal.
Do you find that you are graded more intensely by faculty members (i.e. answers marked wrong that were correct, given a lower grade without explanation for written work, lost assignments, etc.)? *
Not at all.
A great deal.
At what age did you realize you were treated differently as a young Black girl? *
Is there any other experience you feel relates to this topic of "adultification?" Adultification is defined as "a social or cultural stereotype that is based on how adults perceive children without knowing their age, behavior or background." *This is also the opportunity to elaborate on any of the previous questions, if so desired. *
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