On behalf of this special theme issue for The High School Journal, I would like to express my gratitude to the reviewers below. Their reviews made it possible for me to produce a quality special theme issue. Dr. April Few Virginia Tech Dr. Lee Covington Rush North Dakota State University Dr. Brenda Townsend University of South Florida Dr. Mavis Sanders Johns Hopkins University Dr. Jelani Mandara Northwestern University Dr. Alan Green Johns Hopkins University Dr. Chance Lewis Colorado State University Dr. Nathan Carnes University of South Carolina Dr. Ralph Gardner The Ohio State University Dr. Robbie Stewart Michigan State University Dr. Kimberly A. Scott Hofstra University Dr. Nancy Bodenhorn Virginia Tech Dr. Lamont A. Flowers University of Florida Dr. Rodney Hopson Duquesne University Dr. Launcelot Brown Duquesne University
The High School Journal – University of North Carolina Press
Published: May 11, 2003
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