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ERIC Number: ED001761
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Jan
Pages: 19
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AFTER SCHOOL STUDY CENTERS PROGRAM.
New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY.
A CONCENTRATED EFFORT HAS BEEN UNDERTAKEN TO IMPROVE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AND ACHIEVEMENT LEVELS OF PUPILS IN CULTURALLY DISADVANTAGED AREAS AND TO OFFER SPECIAL REMEDIAL AND TUTORIAL HELP. THE ORGANIZATION SCHEDULE CALLS FOR REMEDIAL PROGRAM IN READING AND MATHEMATICS, HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE, AND USE OF THE LIBRARY FOR 2-HOUR SESSION 3 DAYS EACH WEEK. THE BEST TEACHERS AVAILABLE SHOULD BE SELECTED FOR THE ASSC PROGRAM. THEY SHOULD PREFERABLY BE REGULARLY APPOINTED TEACHERS, HAVE HAD AT LEAST THREE YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHING EXPERIENCE, HAVE DEMONSTRATED OUTSTANDING ABILITY TO WORK WITH CHILDREN, AND BE SELECTED ACCORDING TO SENIORITY WHERE APPLICANTS ARE EQUALLY MERITORIOUS. THE ASSC SUPERVISOR, USUALLY AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, ASSUMES RESPONSIBILITY FOR--IMPROVING METHODOLOGY OF TEACHERS MOTIVATING PUPIL ATTENDANCE THROUGH APPROPRIATE PROCEDURES, TRAINING TEACHERS, COORDINATING THE REGULAR DAY SCHOOL PROGRAM WITH THE AFTER-SCHOOL STUDY CENTER PROGRAM, AND EVALUATING THE PROGRAM. TO AID THE SUPERVISOR IN ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES, DISCUSSIONS OF SUGGESTED PRACTICES IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS ARE PRESENTED--ATTENDANCE, SECRETARIAL SERVICE, SERVICE PAYROLL REPORT, MATERIALS, SNACKS, FIRE DRILLS, AND USE OF VOLUNTEERS.
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Authoring Institution: New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY.
Identifiers: New York (New York)