ERIC Number: ED025556
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968-May
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Developing Programs for the Educationally Disadvantaged.
Passow, A. Harry, Ed.
The 17 papers in this book are collected to offer some insights into the problems of teaching the disadvantaged. Part I contains papers on the nature of the disadvantaged child, curriculum relevant to his needs, and difficulties in evaluating compensatory education programs; Part II includes papers describing compensatory education from various vantage points (promising practices, Title I programs, and home-school cooperation); Part III has papers which relate research on material child rearing practices, curriculum development, and teaching strategies to changes in educational practices; Part IV contains papers on reading instruction in the CRAFT project, the importance of teaching standard English and English as a second language, and the orientation of teachers in inner-city schools; Part V includes papers on vocational education, the school dropout, and the educational programs of Mobilization for Youth; and Part VI has papers on issues related to racial imbalance and the feelings of powerlessness which affect educational, employment, and social opportunities for the disadvantaged. (EF)
Descriptors: Child Rearing, Compensatory Education, Curriculum Design, Disadvantaged Youth, Dropouts, Educational Research, Educational Strategies, English Instruction, Family School Relationship, Individual Power, Program Evaluation, Racial Balance, Slum Schools, Teacher Orientation, Teaching Methods, Vocational Education
Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia Univ., New York, N.Y. ($7.00 cloth, $3.95 paperback).
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Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title I