CLIFTON A. CASTEEL
Author, Noted Researcher and Educator
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Clifton A. Casteel
Clifton A. Casteel is a former educator and renowned researcher with the Jefferson Parish Public School System of LA. His employment also includes supervisory positions in private industry, and a faculty member at Xavier University (LA). Casteel is the author of numerous empirical research articles in secondary education. His abstracts is well-received by other educators and publishers. Mr. Casteel is the recipient of numerous teaching and humanitarian awards. He is the brainchild of Operation (HOPE), Help Orleans Prison Emerge. HOPE was an educational program that provided educational support to prison inmates. HOPE received state and national recognition by governmental officials.
Over the pass years, I observed and analyzed the interactions of teachers and students by race, gender and economical status in the classroom. In a survey I conducted with seventh grade students, data revealed that majority of students said that, race of a teacher wasn’t a significant issue if they are treated fair and respected, though a few students said they would prefer to be taught by someone of their own race. The article, “African American Students’ Perception of their Treatment by Caucasian Teachers”