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ERIC Number: ED001996
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 66
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BUILDING BROTHERHOOD--WHAT CAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS DO.
BEAUCHAMP, MARY; AND OTHERS
BROTHERHOOD IN THE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SHOULD ENCOURAGE THE APPRECIATION AND UTILIZATION OF THE DIFFERENCES AS WELL AS THE SIMILARITIES OF PEOPLE. CHILDREN CAN BE TAUGHT TO UNDERSTAND THE BASIC TENETS OF BROTHERHOOD THROUGH SUCH METHODS AS READING APPROPRIATE LITERATURE AND ROLE-PLAYING. MEASURES OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM INCLUDE MEMBERSHIP IN STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS, WIDESPREAD LEADERSHIP IN THESE ORGANIZATIONS, AND THE EXISTENCE OF EQUAL DIGNITY IN THESE ORGANIZATIONS. GOOD RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY SHOULD BE ADVOCATED. THE SUPERINTENDENT SHOULD DEVELOP DEMOCRATIC HUMAN RELATIONS THROUGH HIS RELATIONS WITH THE SCHOOL BOARD, THE TEACHERS, AND THE COMMUNITY. THE PARENTS, AS WELL AS THE SCHOOL STAFF, ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR GIVING LEADERSHIP TO SOUND INTERGROUP EDUCATION.
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Authoring Institution: National Conference of Christians and Jews, New York, NY.
Identifiers: New York (New York)