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ERIC Number: ED003433
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 71
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EDUCATION OF THE DEPRIVED AND SEGREGATED, SEMINAR ON EDUCATION FOR CULTURALLY DIFFERENT YOUTH, CONDUCTED BY BANK STREET COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, SEPTEMBER 3-15, 1963.
SCHWARZ, E. TERRY; STERN, VIRGINIA
THIS REPORT SUMMARIZES THE MAJOR FINDINGS, ISSUES, STRATEGIES, AND PROJECTS WHICH EMANATED FROM A SEMINAR ON THE EDUCATION OF DEPRIVED AND SEGREGATED CHILDREN AND YOUTH HELD AT DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, SEPTEMBER 3-15, 1963. FOUR HIGHLY INTERRELATED SOURCES OF EDUCATIONAL FAILURE WERE IDENTIFIED--(1) THE QUALITY OF FAMILY AND COMMUNITY LIFE, (2) SOCIAL CLASS, RACIAL, AND ETHNIC PATTERNS, (3) THE TECHNOLOGICAL-ECONOMIC FACTOR, AND (4) THE CAPACITY OF THE SCHOOLS FOR CREATIVE CHANGE. THE SEMINAR WENT ON RECORD AS RECOGNIZING THE EXISTENCE OF EDUCATIONAL DISASTER AREAS OF SUCH MAGNITUDE AND INTENSITY AS TO CONSTITUTE ONE OF THE GRAVEST EMERGENCIES FACING THE NATION. (LP)
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Authoring Institution: Bank Street Coll. of Education, New York, NY.
Identifiers: MASSACHUSETTS; NEW YORK; New York (New York)