ERIC Number: ED031899
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Feb-17
Reference Count: 0
The Pittsburgh Story.
"Great High Schools" are described as the first phase of a master plan to renew the physical facilities of the Pittsburgh School System from elementary school through middle school and high school. Various design features, technological innovations, instructional functions, and organizational and operational characteristics of these large, comprehensive schools are discussed in relation to realization of their proposed objectives, namely--(1) to provide quality education, (2) to provide totally comprehensive schools, and (3) to provide optimum opportunity for racially balanced schools. (FS)
Descriptors: Educational Complexes, Educational Facilities Design, Educational Improvement, Educational Innovation, Educational Planning, Educational Programs, Elementary Schools, Master Plans, Middle Schools, Racial Integration, Secondary Schools, Technological Advancement, Urban Education
Supt. of Schools, 341 S. Bellefield Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Pittsburgh Public Schools, PA.
Identifiers: Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh)
Note: Speech given at AASA Convention (Atlantic City, N.J., February 17, 1969)