tes public high schools, the role of the adolescent Muslim girls’ mothers was analyzed in relation to challenges and disparities evidenced (Krueger & Casey, 2015). Conversely, the public high school was used as a favorable forum where adolescent Muslim girls are confronted with various social challenges to form space for their lives. The study significance was to explore across the roles of an adolescent girl’s mother in America public high school education system.
1) Number and participants characteristic; the number of participants was limited to approximately ten mothers and eight adolescent public high school girls since they represented individuals selected who were purposively to provide abundant cases data for the study in depth. For the research purpose, participants who met relevant criteria were selected purposively. The participants first were to identify themselves as Muslims. Second, the study participant mothers were to be obtained selectively based on their adolescent’s girls’ enrollment in the United States high school in one of the regional schools. The Adolescent girls were to identify themselves as Muslims and adolescent in American public high school. A smaller sample allowed in-depth participant expediencies (Krueger & Casey, 2015).
2) The participant identifying process was conducted by selecting participants with a cultural, religious, linguistic and ethnic diversity of Islamic religion for sample heterogeneity. However, the participants were identified based on different regional sample possessing a different background. The selected adolescent high school girls’ mothers were contacted via mobile phone and guidelines for the question to be discussed. The participants were to share their opinion on the challenges facing adolescent girls in public high school, racial discriminations, and social problems and learning disparities as compared to their boys’ counterparts. The selected mothers were to share their key roles in shaping