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ERIC Number: ED024639
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Nov-8
Pages: 7
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How Can Racially Balanced Education Be Implemented?
McWilliams, Dorothy
De facto segregation in schools deprives children of certain minority groups of true equality of opportunity. Those people who propose doing nothing about integration are simply making excuses for avoiding change. The Educational Policies Commission of the National Education Association has set up five principles which may be used as guidelines in eliminating de facto school segregation. Plans for accomplishing school integration which have been either tried or suggested include bussing Negro students to predominantly white schools, bussing all students to schools outside their neighborhoods, establishing open enrollment, making use of school assignment, reorganizing grade groupings (the Princeton Plan), and creating educational parks. (SG)
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Note: Pap. prepared for Social Found. of Educ. and distributed at Professional Educ. Seminar, Nov. 1968, Univ. of Northern Ia., Cedar Falls.