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ERIC Number: ED002119
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Aug
Pages: 86
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HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION IN THE CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS, STUDY REPORT NUMBER SEVEN, 1964 SERIES.
Chicago Public Schools, IL.
POPULATION TRENDS AND BUILDING NEEDS, ORGANIZATION, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, SUMMER SCHOOL, COCURRICULAR LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES, SPECIAL EDUCATION FOR THE HANDICAPPED AND MALADJUSTED, NONCLASSROOM PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, SCHOOL-COMMUNITY RELATIONS, AND THE REALITIES OF THE EDUCATIONAL CHALLENGE ARE DISCUSSED AND EVALUATED WITH RESPECT TO CURRENT MAJOR EDUCATION TRENDS. MAJOR FINDINGS INDICATE THAT--IMPROVED WAYS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING ARE BEING DEVELOPED IN THE SCHOOLS, NEW APPROACHES TO LEARNING ARE CONCERNED WITH RECENT RESEARCH INTO THE NATURE OF THE HUMAN MIND, THE NATURE AND STRUCTURE OF THE MAJOR DISCIPLINES, AND THE NEW TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES OF INSTRUCTION, THERE IS INCREASED RIGOR AND INSISTENCE UPON MASTERY OF ACADEMIC SUBJECTS, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SCHOOL STAFFING AND TEAM TEACHING MORE FULLY UTILIZE THE PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES OF SCHOOL FACULTIES, AND INNOVATIONS INCLUDE PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION, TELEVISION TEACHING, AND LANGUAGE LABORATORIES.
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Authoring Institution: Chicago Public Schools, IL.
Identifiers: Illinois (Chicago)