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ERIC Number: ED001642
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Jul
Pages: 21
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HOW THE CURRICULUM CAN PROMOTE INTEGRATION, SUMMER WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS ON BASIC ISSUES IN CITIZENSHIP (JULY 6-24, 1964).
LORETAN, JOSEPH O.
THE CURRICULUM SHOULD ATTEMPT TO RAISE ALL CHILDREN TO A LEVEL OF EXPERIENCE AND OPPORTUNITY THAT WILL ENABLE THEM TO FUNCTION WITH EQUAL CHANCE OF SUCCESS. THIS PROCESS SHOULD BEGIN AMONG CULTURALLY DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN AT THE AGE OF FOUR. BEGINNING IN THE FIRST GRADE, THE CURRICULUM SHOULD GIVE ALL CHILDREN AN UNDERSTANDING OF THEIR CIVIL RIGHTS AND AN AWARENESS OF THEIR ROLES AS CITIZENS. CHILDREN SHOULD GAIN PRIDE IN THEIR HERITAGE AND THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THOSE IN THEIR ETHNIC GROUP. BASIC LEARNING ESSENTIAL TO PARTICIPATION IN THE PRESENT-DAY WORLD SHOULD BE EMPHASIZED. ALL CHILDREN SHOULD HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE OF SERVICE TO THEIR OWN COMMUNITIES. THE CURRICULUM SHOULD HELP ALL CHILDREN EXAMINE AND CREATE SPIRITUAL AS WELL AS ECONOMIC VALUES BY WHICH TO LIVE.
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Authoring Institution: Tufts Univ., Medford, MA. Lincoln Filene Center for Citizenship and Public Affairs.; New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY.
Identifiers: New York (New York); NORTHEASTERN STATES CITIZENSHIP PROJECT