ERIC Number: ED042833
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
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[The Riverside School Integration Study: Introduction, Period Survey, and Teacher Questionnaire.]
Purl, Mabel C.
The introductory section of this integration study discusses: the purposes of the study, emphasizing the assessment of the effects of integration on the academic achievement, attitudes, and aspiration s of both minority and majority children; the agencies doing the study; the historical background of the study; the sampling procedures and summary characteristics of the children selected as subjects; the techniques by which the children are being evaluated; the proposed methods of data analysis to be applied; the funding of the project; and, the accessibility to the information collected of the interested public, emphasizing the protection of privacy afforded by their procedures. An analysis of the "questionnaire on experience of elementary school teachers with school desegregation," administered from September 1966 to March 1968, and a continuation of the analysis of the questionnaire data are provided. A summary of the analysis of a survey of parent attitudes toward schools, which involved interviews with almost 1200 parents during the spring and summer of 1969, is also provided. [The questionnaire in this study will not be legible in hard copy because of the size of the print.] (JM)
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Authoring Institution: Riverside Unified School District, CA.
Identifiers - Location: California