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ERIC Number: ED013667
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Aug
Pages: 168
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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AN EVALUATION OF OPERATION HEAD START BILINGUAL CHILDREN, SUMMER, 1965.
MONTEZ, PHILIP; AND OTHERS
IN CALIFORNIA, THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN STUDENT IS TWO YEARS BEHIND THE NEGRO STUDENT AND THREE AND A HALF YEARS BEHIND THE ANGLO-AMERICAN IN SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT. SINCE HE REPRESENTS TWO DISTINCT AND OFTEN DIVERGENT CULTURES, ENGLISH-SPEAKING, MIDDLE-CLASS ORIENTED SCHOOLS MAKE ASSIMILATION VIRTUALLY IMPOSSIBLE. A HEAD START AND A FOLLOW THROUGH PROJECT IN THE SPANISH-SPEAKING COMMUNITY ARE EVALUATED IN TERMS OF SOCIAL ATTITUDES TOWARD THE LEARNING TASKS AND EXPERIENCES OF THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN CHILD. THE PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM IS DISCUSSED BY EACH OF THESE REPORTING GROUPS (1) TEACHERS, (2) PARENTS, (3) TEACHER AIDES, AND (4) "FOLLOW-UP" TEACHERS. (CD)
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Authoring Institution: Foundation for Mexican-American Studies, Los Angeles, CA.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; Project Follow Through; PROJECT HEADSTART