Lamont Flowers

Flowers to serve on Black Male Achievement Research Collaborative

Lamont Flowers

Lamont Flowers

Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of the Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education and distinguished professor in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education, has been invited to join the Black Male Achievement Research Collaborative (BMARC). The collaborative, in partnership with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, is dedicated to producing and disseminating accurate and quality data on the record, status and future direction of black males.

Flowers will serve for two years, writing and editing a research-practice-policy report on black male achievement, contributing to a special focus of the Journal of Negro Education and producing a range of publications that target policymakers, academic journals and popular media.

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