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ERIC Number: ED014812
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 1
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DOES SCHOOL INTEGRATION CONFLICT WITH QUALITY EDUCATION.
DODSON, DAN W.
ONLY THROUGH QUALITY EDUCATION PROVIDED IN RACIALLY BALANCED SCHOOLS WILL CHILDREN OF DIFFERENT CULTURAL AND RACIAL BACKGROUNDS LEARN THE CITIZENSHIP SKILLS NEEDED IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY. THE BASIC ISSUE FOR EDUCATION IS THE NEED TO PROVIDE NEGROES WITH GENUINE QUALITY EDUCATION WHICH WILL EQUIP THEM FOR ENTRY INTO THE MIDDLE CLASS LEVEL OF AMERICAN SOCIETY. RELATED FACTORS DESERVING FURTHER STUDY INCLUDE FEDERAL FUNDING OF PROGRAMS TO IMPROVE EDUCATION FOR THE DISADVANTAGED, NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOLS, SPECIAL PROBLEMS CREATED BY POPULATION SHIFTS, UNWILLINGNESS OF WHITE CITIZENS TO SHARE THEIR EDUCATIONAL PRIVILEGES, ABILITY GROUPING, CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, AND CAREFUL EVALUATION OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL BASE FOR EDUCATION OF THE DISADVANTAGED. THIS PAPER IS THE TEXT OF AN ADDRESS GIVEN TO THE SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC UNITY COMMITTEE. THIS DOCUMENT WAS PREPARED FOR THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS CONFERENCE SPONSORED BY THE NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE AND TEACHERS COLLEGE OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY (NEW YORK, JUNE 17-18, 1966), AND IS REPRINTED FROM "INTEGRATED EDUCATION REVIEW." (JK)
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Identifiers: New York (New York)