Notes to Athene: Mentoring Relationships for Women of Color
Educational Studies (CGU)
Education | Urban Education
This article describes the ways in which mentoring provides the means for women of color to gain entry and access into educational administration. Briefly, the authors sketch the mentoring relationships of their respondents of color and explore how issues of race and gender might have affected careers in educational administration and how mentoring aided in negotiating their way within Whitemale-dominated organizations.
© 2000 SAGE Publications
Enomoto, E., Gardiner, M., & Grogan, M. (2000). Notes to Athene: Mentoring relationships for women of color. Urban Education 35(5), 567-583. DOI: 10.1177/0042085900355007