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ERIC Number: ED037503
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 241
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New Teachers in Urban Schools: An Inside View. Studies in Education, No. 14.
Wisniewski, Richard
This book sketches a portrait of teaching careers in urban schools. Through focusing on teachers and their problems, the author presents an approach to the study of inner-city schools. First hand experiences of teachers and administrators are included, which are held to be of particular relevance to new teachers: "Socialization: a white teacher grows up in an inner-city school" (Hazel Karbel), "Faculty dynamics and the neophyte teacher" (Erline Flowers), "Views of a department head" (Arnold Glovinsky), "Underestimation of culturally deprived youth" (Donna Schwab), "Teach them passivity" (Miriam Dann), and "Some thoughts on a principalship" (Freeman Flynn). (KG)
Random House, New York, N.Y. (SED-14 $2.45)
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