Kendell Kelly is a first-year doctoral student in the School Psychology Program at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas. His research focuses on race-related stress of Black male students, restorative practices, the school-to-prison pipeline, and Black men school psychologists.
About Julius Davis, Ed.D.
Dr. Davis is the University System of Maryland (USM) Wilson H. Elkins Associate Professor of Mathematics Education and Founding Director of the Center for Research and Mentoring of Black Male Students and Teachers at Bowie State University. He has two main strands of research focused on Black male students throughout the Pre-K thru doctoral pipeline and Black men teachers in urban and suburban schools.
Increasing Representation of Black Men in School Psychology
Why Black men are underrepresented in school psychology preparation programs and within the profession
Getting more Black male School Psychs into the field