"Warren chronicles what is possible when educators commit themselves to ensuring boys of color are prepared to succeed in high school and college. This book significantly advances what we know about urban schooling and Black male educational achievement." — Shaun R. Harper, Clifford and Betty Allen Professor, University of Southern California Rossier School of Education

"Grounded in theory but committed to practice, this book helps us to better understand the institutions, resources, and practices that facilitate achievement against the backdrop of structural inequality." — Marc Lamont Hill, Steve Charles Professor of Media, Cities, and Solutions, Temple University

 

Career educator and Chicago native, Chezare A. Warren, PhD brings fresh perspectives to conversations of race and justice in American public education.
 

 
 

   

EXPLORE DR. WARREN'S WORK

RESEARCH

Dr. Warren's groundbreaking research at the intersection of race with urban teaching. 

BOOKS

Unapologetic. Insightful. Timely. Dr. Warren's writing brings fresh perspective to the world of K-16 education.

MEDIA

Watch Dr. Warren's lectures, view his blog posts and see his features in major publications, including USA Today.

CONSULTING

Book Dr. Warren to speak at your next conference or utilize his expertise for school (district) professional development.

Engage With Dr. Warren's Research

 

A leading scholar studying the factors that facilitate young Black men and boys school success—Chezare's work is both innovative and timely. He is a 2019-2020 Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow and Scholar-In-Residence at New York University, the 2014 Outstanding Dissertation Award Recipient from the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, the Inaugural University of Wisconsin-Madison Carl Grant Scholar, and Division K: Teaching and Teacher Education 2018 Early Career Award Recipient from the American Educational Research Association. Click below to see read his research articles.
  

 

Dr. Warren's Featured Books
 

WHITE WOMEN'S WORK (2017)
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URBAN PREPARATION (2017)

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ADVANCING BLACK MALE STUDENT SUCCESS (2015)


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