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ERIC Number: ED002006
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 1
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SPEEDING SCHOOL INTEGRATION IN THE SOUTH.
SULLIVAN, NEIL V.
THE RATE OF INTEGRATION WILL NOT BE INCREASED UNTIL A DIFFERENT TYPE OF SCHOOL ORGANIZATION IS INTRODUCED. NO ONE LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT CAN HOPE TO SOLVE THE SCHOOL PROBLEMS OF THE SOUTH. LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL OFFICIALS AND AID SHOULD BE BROUGHT TOGETHER AS A SINGLE WORKING TEAM. THE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT SHOULD BE PERMITTED TO RECRUIT AN INTEGRATED FACULTY. LARGE SUMS OF MONEY SHOULD BE APPROPRIATED FOR INSERVICE COURSES FOR THE STAFF. THE SIZE OF THE SCHOOLS SHOULD BE INCREASED TO INCLUDE ALL FACTORS OF THE SOCIETY AND TO ALLOW FOR MORE SPECIAL TYPES OF PROGRAMS. FREE TEXTBOOKS AND SUPPLIES SHOULD BE PROVIDED FOR ALL CHILDREN. STRONG LEGISLATION SHOULD BE PASSED REQUIRING ALL CHILDREN TO ATTEND SCHOOL UNTIL A MINIMUM AGE OF 18. EARLY CHILDHOOD COURSES FOR ALL CHILDREN 3 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER SHOULD BE INTRODUCED. REPRESENTATIVE BOARDS OF EDUCATION SHOULD BE ELECTED. SUCH CONCLUSIONS WERE DRAWN BY THE AUTHOR SUBSEQUENT TO HIS EXPERIENCES IN PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, VIRGINIA. THIS ARTICLE IS PUBLISHED IN THE "HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION" BULLETIN, VOLUME 9, WINTER, 1964-65.
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Identifiers: CAMBRIDGE; Virginia (Prince Edward County)