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ERIC Number: ED013770
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 1
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TEACHER EDUCATION PROJECT--FOLLOW-UP OF SELECTED PRACTICES.
THIS FOLLOW-UP OF AN EARLIER STUDY OF TEACHER EDUCATION PRACTICES (SEE SP 000 347) SOLICITED MORE DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT THESE PRACTICES THAN HAD BEEN REPORTED IN THE EARLIER STUDY. SPECIFIC PRACTICES UNDER FIVE MAJOR TOPICAL AREAS WERE DISTRIBUTED, VARIOUSLY, AMONG "GREAT CITIES" RESPONDENTS. CONCERNING (1) TEACHER RECRUITMENT, PRESERVICE PROGRAMS TO ACQUAINT STUDENTS WITH URBAN TEACHING PROBLEMS AND EVENTS HONORING TEACHERS WERE REPORTED. CONCERNING (2) PREPARATION FOR STUDENT TEACHING, SOCIOLOGY COURSES AND THE EMPLOYMENT OF COLLEGE STUDENTS AS SCHOOL ASSISTANTS WERE MENTIONED. UNDER (3) INSERVICE PRACTICES, TEACHER AIDES, A READING CENTER, AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS SUCH AS STEP (SCHOOL TO EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM) WERE IN EFFECT. FOR (4) INSERVICE PRACTICES FOR HELPING ADMINISTRATORS TO DEAL MORE EFFECTIVELY WITH TEACHING PROBLEMS, EXTRA STAFF AND SUPPLIES FOR DIFFICULT SCHOOLS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF JOINT CITY-COLLEGE ADVISORY COUNCILS WERE MENTIONED. CONCERNING (5) CLOSER SCHOOL SYSTEM-UNIVERSITY COOPERATION, PRACTICES REPORTED WERE A 5-YEAR WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM, SHARING OF PERSONNEL COSTS, ESTABLISHMENT OF AN EDUCATIONAL CONTINUUM FROM KINDERGARTEN THROUGH COLLEGE, AND A VARIETY OF IN- AND PRESERVICE PROGRAMS. DOCUMENT AVAILABLE FROM PUBLISHER, 228 NORTH LASALLE ST., CHICAGO. (LC)
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Identifiers: GREAT CITIES PROGRAM