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Keiser UniversityEducational Leadership, Department Member +2  |  Gender Studies+9Daniel DICKSON Kwame Boateng(PhD) is an Adjunct Lecturer of English and an Instructor for the Department of Social Services in NY City.  He Holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, a BA in English and Music,  an MA in English Literature and an MA in English and Creative writing. He has taught English in Africa, Asia and presently teaches in the United States.
Address: Bronx, New York, United States
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Biases in Selection and RecruitmentDownload


Leadership and the Challenges of Diversity in Higher EducationDownload

This paper discusses the challenges that affect leadership in Higher education in the wake of a growing platform of diversity in America.

College Students and Truancy Download

FREE THE LANGUAGE OF THE GHANAIAN FROM THE SHACKLES OF COLONIZATON: A Lamentation

Since 1957, the Ghanaian has celebrated, annually, the victory of having gained freedom from the rule of British (Empire)—Ghana became the first of the countries in the South of the Sahara to climb the pedestal of independence. The background of this achievement spelled the end of colonization, yet the Ghanaian still speaks local dialects interspersed with English Language. READ MORE

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