Dr. Mukasa A. Ma’at Dissertation Defense on Rites of Passage
Dr. Mukasa A. Ma’at Dissertation Defense on Rites of Passage and Reducing Antisocial Behavior on April 26. 2017
This is Dr. Maat’s dissertation defense on rites of passage instruction and correlations with reducing antisocial behaviors. He found positive outcomes in his study that show that rites instruction makes a difference in the lives of young people. In fact, the data in his study indicated that if youth are left to mature by age and grade alone, without positive interventions and strategies, they may become more antisocial over time and regress into a negative de-maturation pattern. Spread the word on this valuable work in the field of education.
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About the Dr. Ma’at: Mukasa Afrika Ma’at earned a Bachelor of Arts in Black Studies from CSU. He earned a Master of Science in Education Administration from GMU and a Master of Arts in Inner-City Studies Educational Leadership from NEIU. His Doctorate of Education was earned from GMU. The dissertation study is entitled Rites of Passage, and it is on how rites instruction correlates to reducing antisocial behaviors. He is an historian, author, blogger, and poet. He has done critical essays on Black Leadership, politics, and culture along with extensive research and essays on Afrikan-Centered education. Mukasa Ma’at is a Black Belt martial arts instructor who developed and founded Ma’at-Sumu, a full mixed-martial arts combat system. He has been a teacher and education administrator of Afrikan-Centered schools. He has supported Afrikan-Centered schools and CIBI. Recently, he founded the International Black Independent School Organization (NBIO). He is an education advocate for poor children and blogs on funding equity and access globally.
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opening description borrowed/edited from Dr. Maat’s own article at: http://afrikan-resistance.blogspot.co…
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