Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places: High School Racial Composition, the Implications of Strategic Recruitment, and Becoming a GMS Scholar

William T Trent, Dawn Owens-Nicholson, Mary McKillip

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationResources, Assets, and Strengths Among Successful Diverse Students
Subtitle of host publicationUnderstanding the Contributions of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program
EditorsWilliam T Trent, E P St John
PublisherAMS Press
Pages1-15
StatePublished - 2008

Research Output

Resources, Assets, and Strengths Among Successful Diverse Students: Understanding the Contributions of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program

Trent, W. T. (ed.) & St John, E. P. (ed.), 2008, AMS Press. 286 p. (Readings on Equal Education; vol. 23)

Research output: Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook

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Trent, W. T., Owens-Nicholson, D., & McKillip, M. (2008). Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places: High School Racial Composition, the Implications of Strategic Recruitment, and Becoming a GMS Scholar. In W. T. Trent, & E. P. St John (Eds.), Resources, Assets, and Strengths Among Successful Diverse Students: Understanding the Contributions of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program (pp. 1-15). AMS Press.