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ERIC Number: ED011027
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Aug-31
Pages: 31
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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S.U.T.E.C., A PROJECT TO DEMONSTRATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A SCHOOL UNIVERSITY TEACHER EDUCATION CENTER IN PREPARING TEACHERS OF DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN.
GEWIRTZ, MAX; WEINBERG, GEORGE
THE PLANNING PHASE OF A COOPERATIVE PROJECT OF THE QUEENS COLLEGE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT AND A DISADVANTAGED QUEENS PUBLIC SCHOOL WAS EVALUATED. THE GOALS OF THE PROJECT WERE TO PROVIDE (1) UNDERGRADUATE AND PRETENURE TEACHER TRAINING FOR POTENTIAL LEADERSHIP ROLES IN DISADVANTAGED SCHOOLS, (2) A PROTOTYPAL EDUCATIONAL FACILITY, AND (3) AN UPGRADED EDUCATION FOR STUDENTS. THE PROJECT PLANNED TO PROVIDE MORE PROFESSIONAL STAFF IN THE SCHOOL AS WELL AS SUCH SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES AS A PRESCHOOL MEAL, SNACKS, ENRICHMENT MATERIALS, SUMMER RECREATION, AND AFTER-SCHOOL STUDY CENTERS. SOME RECOMMENDATIONS ARE MADE--(1) BECAUSE OF THE POTENTIAL DIFFICULTIES IN A DUAL SCHOOL-COLLEGE DIRECTORSHIP, THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF ADMINISTRATING THE PROGRAM MUST BE CLEARLY DEFINED, (2) A COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD, WITH A PAID COORDINATOR, SHOULD BE CREATED AS A LIAISON BETWEEN THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND THE SCHOOL, (3) THE BOARD OF EDUCATION MUST GUARANTEE THAT SUPPLIES FOR THE PROJECT ARE DELIVERED ON TIME. (NH)
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Authoring Institution: Center for Urban Education, New York, NY.
Identifiers: Elementary Secondary Education Act Title I; New York (New York)