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ERIC Number: ED019361
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Nov
Pages: 40
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THE URBAN REVIEW, VOLUME 1, NUMBER 4, NOVEMBER 1966.
Center for Urban Education, New York, NY.
THIS ISSUE IS MADE UP OF TWO ARTICLES, AN EDITORIAL AND A PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY ON NEW YORK CITY'S I.S. 201 CONTROVERSY, AND CRITICAL DIALOGUE ON PREVIOUS ARTICLES. THE FIRST ARTICLE, "FOR AN ELECTED LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD" BY JOE L. REMPSON, WRITTEN IN RESPONSE TO THE I.S. 201 CONTROVERSY, PROPOSES A PLAN FOR SYSTEMATICALLY INVOLVING THE NEGRO COMMUNITY IN THE QUEST FOR QUALITY SEGREGATED EDUCATION. THE SECOND ARTICLE, "PUBLIC AND PAROCHIAL" BY RICHARD P. BOARDMAN, DISCUSSES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PUBLIC AND CATHOLIC SCHOOL SYSTEMS, AND SUGGESTS THAT THE COEXISTENCE OF THE TWO SYSTEMS CREATES EDUCATIONAL INEQUALITIES AND IS GENERALLY DETRIMENTAL TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. IN THE SECTION OF CRITICAL DIALOGUE THERE ARE DISCUSSIONS OF THE "600 SCHOOLS" IN NEW YORK CITY AND OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. (DK)
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Authoring Institution: Center for Urban Education, New York, NY.
Identifiers: Center for Urban Education NY; New York (New York)