CLASS SIZE EFFECT ON AFRICAN-AMERICANS
In a study of the differences between the perceptions of African-American and white students in college, the African-American students were less satisfied with large classes than were white students. They also rated affective aspects of the learning process as more important than did white students.
Lee, Virginia S. "Differences in African-American and White Students' Perceptions of the Postsecondary Large Class." Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL. March 1997.