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ERIC Number: ED382417
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 49
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Reference Count: 0
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Selected Readings from CHIME in Conjunction with the Good Common School Project, 1994.
Hu, Pauline P., Comp.; And Others
The six issues of selected readings present annotated bibliographies of resources available from CHIME (Clearinghouse for Immigrant Education). CHIME facilitates public access to literature, research, teaching materials, and human resources to promote the effective education of immigrant students. The first five issues in this series pertain to the following aspects of school restructuring: (1) school climate; (2) assessment and placement; (3) developmentally appropriate instruction and curriculum; (4) higher-order skills; and (5) empowering teachers to serve a diverse student population. The final issue addresses diversity in early childhood education. More specific topics within the issues include racial problems, multicultural education, culturally diverse students, the dropout problem, gangs, conflict resolution, test bias, alternative assessment methods, language minority students, grade retention, multiple intelligences, at-risk students, bilingual teachers, minority teachers, teacher recruitment, professional development, teaching strategies, and parent involvement. Entries include journal articles, teaching guides, program descriptions, instructional materials, books, and research reports. Document availability is indicated at the end of each summary; many items are available through CHIME for a nominal fee. Includes CHIME order form and ordering information. (KS)
National Coalition of Advocates for Students/CHIME, 100 Boylston St., #737, Boston, MA 02116 (free).
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies; Collected Works - Serials
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: National Coalition of Advocates for Students, Boston, MA. CHIME--Clearinghouse for Improvement of Education.
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