ERIC Number: ED023716
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jan
Reference Count: 0
In Their Own Words; A Student Appraisal of What Happened After School Desegregation.
Chesler, Mark A.
Reported are the comments of 20 teenagers who, living in rural areas, were among the first Negro students to attend previously all-white schools in the Deep South. Analysis of tape recorded conversations shows that these students felt that the most important element in their adjustment to desegregation was the characteristics of their teachers and principals. Relations with white classmates and with their own communities were also mentioned by the students as critical issues. The document includes three transcripts of interview sessions with the Negro students. (NH)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Black Community, Black Students, Desegregation Effects, Interviews, Principals, Rural Areas, School Desegregation, Southern Schools, Student Adjustment, Tape Recordings, Teachers, White Students
Southern Regional Council, 5 Forsyth St., N.W., Atlanta, Ga 30303 ($.75 single copy, $.60 bulk copies).
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, GA.
Identifiers: United States (Deep South)