"Urban Debate and High-School Educational Outcomes for African American Males: The Case of the Chicago Debate League"
African-American students who took part in one of the most time-honored school activities—debate leagues—had higher grade point averages, were more likely to graduate from high school, and were more college-ready in English and reading than those who did not take part, a study ...
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