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Clemson’s Lamont Flowers contributes to article in The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education

CONTACT: Lamont A. Flowers

WRITER: Rachel Croft

CLEMSON – Dr. Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of the Charles H. Houston Center, contributed to an article titled “Two Scholars Examine the Participation of Black Males in Gifted Education Programs,” published online in The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education on February 22, 2013.

This article describes educational research that was published in a book chapter titled, “Increasing the Representation of African American Males in Gifted and Talented Programs,” which was included in the book, A Call for Change: Providing Solutions for Black Male Achievement.

“Identifying the factors that contribute to the academic success of African American students is an important priority at the Charles H. Houston Center,” Flowers said.

The Charles H. Houston Center strives for excellence in disseminating information related to expanding educational opportunities for African Americans.