ERIC Number: ED162018
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
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Urban, Social, and Educational Issues. A Doctorate Association of New York Educators Series.
Golubchick, Leonard H., Ed.; Persky, Barry, Ed.
Presented in this document are a selection of articles written by professional educators which offer insights into education as a social institution. In a section on educational issues, some of the subjects addressed include: curricula, integration, decentralization, staffing, school financing, bilingual education, test analyses, career education, school comparisons, day care, qualified teachers and affirmative action. Classified and discussed as urban problems are: power relationships, school relevance, disadvantaged children, immigration patterns, drug abuse, discipline, health, and other social and educational issues. Unions, decision making, teacher student relationships, training, and teachers' roles are discussed in a final section dealing with the teacher as a professional. (Author/EB)
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, Bilingual Education, Career Education, Curriculum, Decentralization, Drug Abuse, Educational Problems, Educational Strategies, Educational Trends, Educationally Disadvantaged, Elementary Secondary Education, Racial Integration, Social Influences, Social Problems, Student Teacher Relationship, Teacher Education, Teacher Qualifications, Teachers, Urban Education, Urban Problems
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