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ERIC Number: ED026417
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Oct-21
Pages: 8
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A Statement of Posture toward Public Education in New York City.
King, William D.
Strongly criticized are the New York City Board of Education (especially its Board of Examiners), the Council of Supervisory Associations, and the United Federation of Teachers. These institutions are said to be responsible for maintaining a white-dominated school system which "systematically" excludes Negroes and Puerto Ricans from leadership positions in the schools. Needed are new educational philosophies and institutions, new curriculums in colleges and universities, and "new professionals, experts, and technicians." (NH)
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Identifiers: New York City Board of Education; New York (New York); United Federation of Teachers
Note: Paper presented at luncheon of the Federation of Negro Civil Service Organizations, Inc. (7th, October 21, 1967).