Dr. Warren's Research Program has two lines:
Watching and Listening


"I have dedicated my professional career to expanding education opportunity for diverse learners. This justice orientation guides my research, teaching, and service activities. My first line of research operationalizes the utility of empathy for improving teachers’ capacity to communicate with, and respond to, (Black male) youth across racial and cultural difference (Watching). The second line centers on young Black men and boys' firsthand accounts of the various factors they perceive bolster their academic success and inclusion (Listening). My teaching, service, and consulting am build on and extend the significance of this research agenda. Ultimately, I aim to utilize my intellectual platform to emphasize the significance of human relationships for improving student outcomes." - Chezare A. Warren, PhD




Race, Ethnicity and Education
Journal of Negro Education
Perspectives in Urban Education
Teachers College Record
Urban Education
The Urban Review
Multicultural Perspectives
Journal of Teacher Education


Critical Race Theory in Education for Oxford Bibliographies

Succeeding In The City: A Report From The New York City Black And
Latino Male High School Achievement Study


Assistant Editor

Journal of Teacher Education

Section Editor

Journal of Negro Education ("Gender and Education")

Editorial Boards

Journal of Teacher Education

Journal of Negro Education

American Educational Research Journal


 "Erasing the Deficits: 'My Brother's Keeper' and Contemporary Perspectives on Black Male School Achievement" Teachers College Record 118(6)

DR. WARREN'S  FULL  Curriculum Vitae