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Critical Race Theory and Its Impact on African-American Student Retention


Derrick Love

Critical Race Theory continues to serve as a premiere educational construct by which the lens of African-American student retention is viewed. It addresses the racial stereotypes, campus climates and divisions that are in direct conflict with African-American students attending Predominately White college campuses. This article focuses on Critical Race Theory and its impact on student retention of African-American college students attending predominately White Institutions. African American students at PWIs were survey and results concluded a strong correlation between campus climate and student retention. African American students seek to be a part of a diverse body and through lens of Critical Race Theory.

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