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ERIC Number: ED002076
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 20
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CLIFFS TO CLIMB.
Rochester City School District, NY.
THE SURVEY LISTS ROCHESTER SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO ELIMINATE THE PROBLEMS AND CAUSES OF DE FACTO SEGREGATION. INCLUDED ARE--(1) PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS TO DEVELOP INTERRACIAL ATTITUDES, (2) NEGRO TEACHER RECRUITMENT, AND THE UPGRADING OF HOUSING CONDITIONS COMMENSURATE WITH ECONOMIC, EDUCATIONAL, AND CULTURAL LEVELS, (3) PROGRAMS AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPED TO BUILD PUPIL PRIDE IN NEGRO CULTURE AND HISTORY, (4) SUMMER PROGRAMS TO UPGRADE CHILDREN'S INTEREST IN READING, (5) PROGRAMS TO ENCOURAGE ACCEPTANCE OF OTHERS AND GOOD INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, FOR EXAMPLE SCHOOL-TO-SCHOOL, PUPIL-TO-PUPIL, AND PARENT-TO-PARENT EXPERIENCES, (6) INSERVICE COURSES FOR TEACHERS, IN DYNAMICS OF COMMUNITY CHANGE, DEALING WITH THE CULTURALLY DIFFERENT CHILD, AND OTHER RELATED COURSES, (7) A TEACHER TRAINING PLAN AT QUEENS COLLEGE CALLED "BUILDING RESOURCES FOR INSTRUCTION OF DISADVANTAGED GROUPS IN EDUCATION," (8) DISCUSSION OF TWO PROPOSED PLANS FOR EQUALIZING RACIAL IMBALANCE, THE OPEN ENROLLMENT AND THE PRINCETON PLAN, AND (9) A TREATMENT OF THE PROBLEMS OF PUPIL TRANSPORTATION BASED ON LOCAL CONDITIONS AND PAST EXPERIENCE IN OTHER NEW YORK AREAS. COMMUNITY ATTITUDES ARE ALSO DISCUSSED.
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Authoring Institution: Rochester City School District, NY.
Identifiers: City University of New York Queens College; PRINCETON PLAN