This report seeks to expand conversations around educational opportunity by taking a comprehensive look at the barriers African American girls face and the educational and economic outcomes that result. One important barrier is the prevalence of stereotypes that adversely impact the educational experiences of African American girls. Structural and institutional barriers examined in this report — such as under-resourced schools, disparate discipline practices, gender-based violence and harassment, and lack of support for pregnant and parenting students — further compromise educational outcomes for African American girls.

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  • Leticia Smith Evans
    Janel George
    Fatima Goss Graves
    Lara Kaufmann
    Lauren Frolich

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