Jemimah L. Young
Jemimah L. Young
Associate Professor, Multicultural & Urban Education
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STEMulating interest: A meta-analysis of the effects of out-of-school time on student STEM interest
JR Young, N Ortiz, JL Young
International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology 5 …, 2017
Ignorance or indifference? Seeking excellence and equity for under-represented students of color in gifted education.
BL Wright, DY Ford, JL Young
Global Education Review 4 (1), 45-60, 2017
Standing in the gaps: Examining the effects of early gifted education on Black girl achievement in STEM
JL Young, JR Young, DY Ford
Journal of Advanced Academics 28 (4), 290-312, 2017
Culturally relevant STEM out-of-school time: A rationale to support gifted girls of color
JL Young, JR Young, DY Ford
Roeper Review 41 (1), 8-19, 2019
A student saved is not a dollar earned: A meta-analysis of school disparities in discipline practice toward Black children
JL Young, BR Butler
Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education 17 (4), 6, 2018
The use of confidence intervals as a meta-analytic lens to summarize the effects of teacher education technology courses on preservice teacher TPACK
JR Young, JL Young, C Hamilton
Journal of Research on Technology in Education 46 (2), 149-172, 2013
Black Girls' Achievement in Middle Grades Mathematics: How Can Socializing Agents Help?
JL Young, JR Young, MM Capraro
The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas 90 …, 2017
Black Female Teachers on Teacher Preparation and Retention.
A Farinde-Wu, AJ Griffen, JL Young
Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education 16 (1), n1, 2019
Technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) literature using confidence intervals
JR Young, JL Young, Z Shaker
TechTrends 56, 25-33, 2012
Maximizing opportunities to enroll in advanced high school science courses: Examining the scientific dispositions of Black girls.
JL Young, I Ero-Tolliver, JR Young, DY Ford
Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research 13, 174-183, 2017
Killing my spirit, renewing my soul: black female professors' critical reflections on spirit killings while teaching
JL Young, DE Hines
Women, gender, and families of color 6 (1), 18-25, 2018
Evaluating the effects of professional development on urban mathematics teachers TPACK using confidence intervals
JR Young, J Young, C Hamilton, SS Pratt
REDIMAT 8 (3), 312-338, 2019
Even Cinderella Is White
JL Young, MD Foster, D Hines
The English Journal 107 (6), 102-108, 2018
Black Girls as Learners and Doers of Science: A Single-Group Summary of Elementary Science Achievement.
JL Young, KK Feille, JR Young
Electronic Journal of Science Education 21 (2), 1-20, 2017
Out of School and into STEM
JL Young, JR Young, NA Paufler
Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership (JoITL) Vol 2 (1), 2017
The structural relationship between out-of-school time enrichment and black student participation in advanced science
J Young, J Young
Journal for the Education of the Gifted 41 (1), 43-59, 2018
Gazing past the gaps: A growth-based assessment of the mathematics achievement of Black girls
JL Young, JR Young, RM Capraro
The Urban Review 50, 156-176, 2018
Young, Black, and anxious: Describing the Black student mathematics anxiety research using confidence intervals
JR Young, JL Young
Journal of Urban Mathematics Education 9 (1), 79-93, 2016
Justice-oriented teaching dispositions in urban education: A critical interpretive case study
BR Butler, H Coffey, JL Young
Urban Education 56 (2), 193-227, 2021
The Black male teacher: A 10-year content analysis of empirical research
J Young, J Young
Race Ethnicity and Education 23 (3), 327-344, 2020
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