Snapshot 69

Increased Teacher–Student Conflict Over School Year for Young African American Children
FPG Child Development Institute
June, 2013

In the first study of teacher–student relationships that examines student behaviors and literacy skills in an exclusively rural population, Kathleen C. Gallagher and colleagues have determined that boys and African American students experience increasing conflict with their teachers as the school year progresses.

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Citation: Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute. (2013, June). Increased teacher–student conflict over school year for young African American children (Snapshot No. 69). Chapel Hill, NC: Author.