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ERIC Number: ED020272
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Mar
Pages: 2
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PROGRAMS FOR THE DISADVANTAGED AT HUNTER COLLEGE.
GOLD, MILTON J.
DESCRIBED ARE THE PROGRAMS OFFERED BY HUNTER COLLEGE IN NEW YORK CITY FOR TRAINING TEACHERS OF THE DISADVANTAGED. HUNTER OFFERS (1) SPECIALIZED TRAINING COURSES, (2) PROGRAMS FOR TEACHERS OF PUERTO RICAN CHILDREN, AND (3) VARIOUS NATIONAL DEFENSE EDUCATION ACT INSTITUTES ON READING IMPROVEMENT, URBAN EDUCATION, SCIENCE TEACHING, ENGLISH TEACHING, AND HEAD START PERSONNEL TRAINING. THE COLLEGE ALSO OPERATES A NATIONAL TEACHER CORPS UNIT AND AN INSERVICE PROGRAM TO INDUCT TEACHERS INTO SCHOOLS WHICH ARE DIFFICULT TO STAFF. THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF THE COLLEGE HAS ALSO PARTICIPATED IN A PROJECT TO HELP DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS TO GAIN ADMISSION TO THE CITY COLLEGES. HUNTER'S ELEMENTARY AND HIGH SCHOOLS FOR GIFTED CHILDREN HAVE RECENTLY ADMITTED A NUMBER OF DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS WITH UNDEVELOPED POTENTIAL. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN "PHI DELTA KAPPAN," VOLUME 48, NUMBER 7, MARCH 1967. (NH)
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Identifiers: City University of New York Hunter College; Hunter Elementary School NY; Hunter High School NY; National Defense Education Act Institutes; New York (New York); Teacher Corps