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ERIC Number: ED019308
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 12
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THE UTILIZATION OF VOLUNTEERS AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN MEETING SOCIO/CULTURAL DEPRIVATION PROBLEMS IN AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. DEMONSTRATION PROPOSAL.
BASKIN, SAMUEL
PROPOSED IS AN EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN COMING TO DAYTON, OHIO, FROM APPALACHIA. THE SOCIAL ACTION COMMITTEE OF A SYNAGOGUE IN DAYTON WOULD "ADOPT" A KINDERGARTEN CLASS FOR A 5-YEAR PERIOD. A COOPERATIVE APPROACH TO WORKING WITH THE CHILDREN WOULD COMBINE THE SERVICES OF VOLUNTEERS RECRUITED FROM THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE SYNAGOGUE, THE CHILDREN'S TEACHER AND PARENTS, AND ANTIOCH STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN A WORK-STUDY PROGRAM. THE FACILITIES OF A PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WOULD PROVIDE THE SETTING FOR THE PROJECT, WHICH WOULD BE COORDINATED, PLANNED, AND SUPERVISED BY A PROFESSIONAL SOCIAL WORKER. THE GRANT WOULD BE MADE TO ANTIOCH COLLEGE. (NH)
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Authoring Institution: Antioch Coll., Yellow Springs, OH.
Identifiers: Antioch College OH; APPALACHIA; OHIO; Ohio (Dayton); Temple Israel OH