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ERIC Number: ED061346
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Reference Count: 0
[Issues in Desegregation.]
California Univ., Riverside. Western Regional School Desegregation Projects.
Contents of this series of reports include: (1) "Issues in Desegregation," emphasizing that equality of educational opportunity is a basic legal and societal requirement to which other concerns, such as neighborhood schools, achievement levels, or busing are extraneous; (2)"The impact of recent Supreme Court decisions on achieving equal educational opportunity"; (3) "What specifically can integration give the minority child that he cannot get in a segregated school?" documents the achievement gains and positive attitude change that can occur in minority group students following school integration, using the case of Sacramento, California; (4) "What can integration offer the minority child," emphasizes that equal educational opportunities cannot be realized in segregated school systems; (5) "White Plains public schools report," reports the nation's first six-year longitudinal study of elementary grade pupils' achievement and progress in reading and arithmetic before and after school integration; (6) a review of the evidence that integration does not adversely affect the achievement of white majority students; (7) "How can children retain a sense of ethnic identity and individual self-worth in an integrated classroom?"; and, (8) "White children in the desegregation process." (JM)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Univ., Riverside. Western Regional School Desegregation Projects.
Identifiers: California; New York