Doctor of Philosophy
Date of Defense
Matthew D. Davis, PhD
This study explored the perspectives of students participating in the Voluntary Inter-district Choice program from 2000-2004 and the experiences of participants in the Student Transfer Program attending the same suburban district due to the lack of accreditation in their neighboring schools during 2013-2014. The study uncovered the voices of participants in the VICC and student transfer program and to provided their voices in hope that it may be used as an instrument of change. This subjective, phenomenological qualitative study explored the lived experiences of high school students transferring to suburban districts and provides an in-depth analysis of their social, emotional, cultural and academic journey in narrative form.
Ming, Miranda Temecka, "HIDDEN VOICES: THE MISSING NARRATIVES OF VOLUNTARY INTERDISTRICT CHOICE PARTICIPANTS FROM 2000 TO 2004 AND STUDENT TRANSFER PARTICIPANTS FROM 2013 TO 2014" (2015). Dissertations. 133.