ERIC Number: ED064434
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
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Models for Integrated Education: Alternative Programs of Integrated Education in Metropolitan Areas. Contemporary Education Issues Series.
Levine, Daniel U., Ed.
Contents of this book include: (1) "Introduction: race and educational opportunity," Meyer Weinberg; (2) "Project 'Unique' and efforts to eliminate racial imbalance in Rochester, New York," Herman R. Goldberg and Raymond S. Iman; (3) "Project 'Apex': magnet schools for enrichment and exchange in Los Angeles," Albert W. Stembridge; (4) "Chicago's school without walls: the Chicago Public High School for Metropolitan Studies," Edgar G. Epps; (5) "Intergroup relationships in a school camp environment," Denver C. Fox; (6) "A learning center in an integrated elementary school," Erwin Pollack; (7) "Urban-suburban collaboration: the Edco experience," Robert W. Peebles and Gordon A. Marker; (8) "A summer school for understanding metropolitan living," Daniel U. Levine and Betty Hall; (9)"Outward Bound--education through experience," Robert R. Lentz; (10) "Individualization and non-grading in an integrated elementary school," Leonard S. Kidd; (11) "Project Wingspread: the Chicago area city-suburban exchange program," Lloyd W. Mendelson and John Bristol; and, (11) "From model to practice: guidelines for the effective implementation of interracial programs," Daniel U. Levine. (JM)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Environment, Educational Opportunities, Educational Programs, Elementary Schools, Grading, Intergroup Relations, Metropolitan Areas, Models, Racial Balance, School Desegregation
Charles A. Jones Publishing Co., Worthington, Ohio 43085 ($2.95)
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Sponsor: Missouri Univ., Kansas City. Center for the Study of Metropolitan Problems in Education.
Authoring Institution: National Society for the Study of Education, Chicago, IL.
Identifiers: California; Illinois; New York; Outward Bound