ERIC Number: ED023764
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Publication Date: 1967
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Poverty, Education and Race Relations: Studies and Proposals.
Kvaraceus, Williams C.; And Others
The 14 papers in this book discuss and suggest ways of dealing with the effect of poverty and discriminatory race relations on education. The bulk of them were developed for a series of 28 television programs, which later served as the basic unit for the 1966 institute for teachers on the disadvantaged at Tufts University. The subjects treated are social services and social change; education, employment, and civil rights for Negroes; human relations in urban and suburban settings; the Negro in American history; the importance of an interracial learning experience; wasted talent as a result of low motivation and achievement; educational change; methods and materials in intergroup education; political socialization and race relations; employment opportunities for members of minority groups; and human rights in world affairs. A selected annotated bibliography follows the papers. (EF)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Black History, Blacks, Civil Rights, Educational Change, Educational Problems, Employment Opportunities, Foreign Countries, Human Relations, Intergroup Education, Minority Groups, Motivation, Political Socialization, Poverty, Racial Relations, Social Discrimination, Social Services, Suburbs, Urban Areas
Allyn and Bacon, Inc., 150 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts.
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