Center for Educational Opportunity
Engage faculty and students at HBCUs in research activities to better understand the characteristics of high-quality education for families living in fragile communities which leads to improved educational opportunities.
Promote educational seminars, workshops, training and recruiting activities that support faculty and students at HBCUs in the utilization of research methods that yield a sustained research pipeline.
Deploy bottom-up approaches to educational inquiry via engagement of stakeholders—communities, students, parents, teachers, administrators, organizations, and education partner —in research that is action- and impact-oriented that leads to long-term societal change.
Investigate barriers, both internal and external, faced by communities that seek access to high-quality education for their families that impacts local, regional, state and national educational policy organizations.
|Latrice N. Cruel||Dr. Kathaleena Monds||Dr. Kathaleena Monds|
|Research Administrative Coordinator||Director||Assistant|
|(229) 500-2119||(229) 500-2130||(229) 500-3513|
|Dr. Kathaleena Monds||Dr. Kathaleena Monds||Dr. Kathaleena Monds|
|(229) 500-2119||(229) 500-2119||
|Admin Staff Office Hours||Office Location|
|Monday - Friday||Billy C. Black Building, Office 282|
|8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.||504 College Drive, Albany, GA. 31705|