ERIC Number: ED064450
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Apr
Reference Count: 0
[Working Papers from the Conference on Social Deprivation and Change in Education.]
York Univ. (England), Nuffield Teacher Enquiry.
The papers presented to a working group at the Conference on Social Deprivation and Change in Education, York, England, are comprised of the following: (1) Problems in the inner city (J.D. McConaghy), characterizing the decline of inner areas of cities in Britain as due to failure of management and of government; (2) The school and capitalist development (S.M. Borrelli), relating to the Italian context; (3) A theoretical model of the determinants of educational attainment (D.S. Byrne and W. Williamson), suggests that deprivation in an educational context is perhaps best understood in a material sense; (4) Education--a social and political investment (R. Penn), focuses on the services provided by the many sections of a Welsh county education department; (5) Philosophical analysis and educational priority areas (C.J.C. Yates and J.L. Sword); (6) The classroom behavior of socially-handicapped boys (G. Herbert), seeks to clarify the concept of troublesome behavior in culturally deprived boys of primary school age; (7) Adult education, deprivation and community development--a critique (K. Jackson and R. Ashcroft); (8) Identification of children in need (R. Evans); (9) The teacher as researcher: a key to innovation and change (J.C. Bartholemew); and, (10) Problems of educational policy design and implementation for a cultural minority (A.R. Ivatts). [Several pages of this document are not clearly printed.] (RJ)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Adult Education, Behavior Patterns, Community Development, Disadvantaged, Disadvantaged Youth, Educational Change, Educational Needs, Educational Philosophy, Inner City, Political Influences, Primary Education, Social Change, Teacher Role, Urban Problems
Secretary, Nuffield Teacher Enquiry, University of York, York Y01 5DD, England ($10.10)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: York Univ. (England), Nuffield Teacher Enquiry.
Identifiers: England; Italy; Wales