Richard Reddick is Fellow of Trice Associate Professorship in Plan II and Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Administration, College of Education, as well as in the Department of African and African Diaspora Studies, College of Liberal Arts.
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This study compares the culture of black colleges and universities a generation ago with those that exist today, and makes projections into the future, based on a comprehensive review of professional literature and an analysis of the management skills of contemporary black college leaders. The book considers the assets and liabilities of historically Black colleges and discusses the ways in which Black colleges can be of help to non-Blacks (including white students) who can benefit from the unique kind of education offered by such schools.
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