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ERIC Number: ED014799
Record Type: RIE
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THE SCHOOL PARK.
FISCHER, JOHN H.
TO ASSIST IN DESEGREGATION, VARIOUS MODELS FOR THE SCHOOL PARK ARE PROPOSED--(1) ASSEMBLING ALL STUDENTS AND SCHOOLS OF A SMALL OR MEDIUM-SIZED COMMUNITY ON A SINGLE CAMPUS, (2) SERVING ONE SECTION OF A LARGE CITY, (3) CENTERING ALL SCHOOL FACILITIES FOR A SINGLE LEVEL OF EDUCATION ON A SINGLE SITE, AND (4) ESTABLISHING RINGS OF SCHOOL PARKS ABOUT EACH SEGREGATED CENTRAL CITY. BECAUSE OF THE SIZE OF AN EDUCATIONAL PARK, LIBRARIES, FULL-TIME SPECIALISTS, CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION, AND STAFF AND STUDENT ORGANIZATION COULD BE USED MORE EFFICIENTLY. THE PRESENCE ON A SINGLE CAMPUS OF ALL SCHOOL LEVELS AND OF A WIDE RANGE OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND AUXILIARY SERVICES WOULD GIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND ADVANCEMENT NOT POSSIBLE IN A SINGLE SCHOOL. PLANNING OF A SCHOOL PARK WILL BE A FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEM IN CITY PLANNING, AND FINANCING OF EDUCATIONAL PARKS WILL REQUIRE LARGE-SCALE FEDERAL SUPPORT. AS A STEP TOWARD FULL COMMITMENT, SCHOOLS CAN BE GROUPED INTO COOPERATIVE COMPLEXES. THIS REPORT WAS PREPARED FOR THE U.S. COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS. (HM)
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