M. Monique McMillian is a Morgan State University associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Professional Development, and Co-PI/MSI TEN faculty (funded by Texas State University/NASA). She teaches learning-sciences, developmental-sciences and action-research courses. Dr. McMillian’s research has included studies on how school factors relate to academic engagement and achievement. Her most recent journal article, entitled “Can Class-Based Substitute for Race-Based Student Assignment Plans? Evidence from Wake County, North Carolina,” has been cited in The Washington Post and other media outlets. Her current work focuses on how discriminatory policies, achievement and health interrelate.
- Culture and Ethnicity
- Gender Psychology
- Prejudice and Stereotyping
- Research Methods, Assessment
- Self and Identity
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- McMillian, M., Carr, M., Hodnett, G., Campbell, F.A. (2015). A Longitudinal Study of Academic Identification Among African American Males and Females. Journal of Black Psychology. 42(6), 508-529 DOI: 10.1177/0095798415603845.
- McMillian, M. M. (2004). Is No Child Left Behind "wise schooling" for African American male students? High School Journal, 87(2), 25-33.
- McMillian, M. M., Frierson, H. T., & Campbell, F. A. (2011). Do gender differences exist in the academic identification of African American elementary school-aged children? Journal of Black Psychology, 37(1), 78-98.
- McMillian, M.M., Fuller, S.C., Hill, Z., Duch, K., & Darity, W. (2018). Can Class -Based Substitute for Race -Based Student Assignment Plans?: Evidence from Wake County, NC. Urban Education. 53(7), 843-874.
- McMillian, M., M., Munk, T., Bumpers, E., and Coneal, W. (2010). Creating a testable, estimable model to inform our response to the test-score gap crisis. Review of Black Political Economy, 37(3-4), 257-262.
- Munk, T. McMillian, M.M., & Lewis, N. (2014). Compositional Effects, Segregation, and Test Scores: Evidence from the National Assessment of Educational Progress. The Review of Black Political Economy, 41(4), 433-454.
- McMillian, M. M. (2001). Is there a gender gap in academic disengagement and achievement in middle childhood and early adolescent African Americans from low-income families? (Doctoral dissertation, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina). Retrieved January 31, 2009, from Proquest Dissertations & Theses: Full Text database. (Publication No. AAT 3031878).
- Educational Psychology (online and face-to-face)
- History and Systems (online)
- Human Growth and Development (online and face-to-face)
- Learning (online)
- Multicultural Psychology (online)
- Research Methods
- Statistics (online and face-to-face)
M. Monique McMillian
Baltimore, Maryland 21251