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ERIC Number: ED002065
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Sep
Pages: 71
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DESEGREGATION OF THE ST. LOUIS PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Saint Louis Public Schools, MO.
SOME OF THE FACTORS THAT HELPED ST. LOUIS' SCHOOLS TO INTEGRATE ARE PRESENTED. INCLUDED WERE ACTIVITIES OF KEY CIVIC AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIAL AGENCIES, WHICH WORKED TO CHANGE THE PATTERN OF SEGREGATION. ANOTHER FACTOR WAS THE FINE QUALITY OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN NEGROES AND WHITES ON THE SCHOOL'S PROFESSIONAL STAFF. THE SCHOOL SYSTEM'S PROGRAM OF EDUCATION IN HUMAN RELATIONS ESTABLISHED AN ATMOSPHERE THAT WAS CONDUCIVE TO INTEGRATION. INTEGRATION WAS CARRIED OUT OVER A NUMBER OF YEARS, AND DEPENDED UPON THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF EACH PRECEDING STEP. THE STEPS OF ACCOMPLISHMENT WERE COLLEGE INTEGRATION, INTEGRATION OF SPECIAL SCHOOLS FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, INTEGRATION OF THE GENERAL HIGH SCHOOLS, INTEGRATION OF THE ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM, INTEGRATION OF THE REGULAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, AND INTEGRATION OF THE TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOLS.
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Authoring Institution: Saint Louis Public Schools, MO.
Identifiers: Missouri (Saint Louis)