An Inquiry into Contemporary Issues in Religion and Black Higher Education from the Perspective of Three Constituent Groups: An Exploratory Factor Analytic Approach

Citation: 
Strickland, Haywood. “An Inquiry into Contemporary Issues in Religion and Black Higher Education from the Perspective of Three Constituent Groups: An Exploratory Factor Analytic Approach.” Tyler, TX: Texas College, 1998.
Abstract: 

This report analyzes the role of religion in historically Black colleges and universities. The report analyzes data from self-administered surveys distributed to church leaders, college presidents and chief executive officers of educational agencies. All three types of leaders affirmed that Black colleges and universities are not only important in the education of African Americans but also unique and irreplaceable. The researchers concluded that the relationship between Black higher education and churches needs to be studied further, their missions re-examined, and their ties strengthened. (KH)

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