ERIC Number: ED023707
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Aug-15
Reference Count: 0
Education in Disadvantaged Urban Areas; an In-Service Course, January-March 1964.
Boston Public Schools, MA.
This pamphlet contains the lectures delivered during an inservice course for staff in the Boston public schools to acquaint them with the characteristics of their Negro students. The contents include: Rev. Edward L. Murphy, S.J., "The Urbanization of America"; Catherine M. Maney, "Preventive and Remedial Programs for the Disadvantaged Child"; Robert A. Feldmesser, "The Street and the School in Disadvantaged Areas"; Jack R. Childress, "The Neighborhood School: Pros and Cons"; Melvin Howards, "The Language Skills in Disadvantaged Areas"; Herbert E. Tucker, Jr., "Negro History and the Negro Future"; Roger T. Lennon, "Testing the Culturally Disadvantaged Pupil"; A. Harry Passow, "Education in Depressed Areas"; and Erich Lindemann, M.D., "Some Psychological Aspects of Subcultures in Disadvantaged Areas." (NH)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Black History, Black Students, Compensatory Education, Culture Conflict, Curriculum Development, Disadvantaged Youth, Emotional Problems, Language Skills, Psychological Patterns, Self Concept, Social Relations, Subcultures, Test Reliability, Urban Education, Urbanization
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Boston Public Schools, MA.
Identifiers: Massachusetts; Massachusetts (Boston)