African-American Culture in the Classroom
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This paper focuses on how African-American culture may affect a student's education as a result of obstacles he or she has faced. Some of these obstacles include the impact of coming from a single-parent family or learning in an educationally poor secondary school. The writer believes that African-American culture has been accepted into today's educational environment, although some adjustments still need to be made.
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