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ERIC Number: ED045569
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 227
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Laboratory Schools, U.S.A. Studies and Readings-with Special Attention to the Research Function of College-Controlled Laboratory Schools.
Blackmon, C. Robert, Ed.
This collection contains 16 selections, 11 of them reprints of journal articles, address, and dissertation summaries dated 1950 to 1968: 1) "The Historical Development of the Campus Laboratory School," Kelley; 2) "The Campus School: Its Search for Identity," Rzepka; 3) "The Future of the Laboratory School," Howd; 4) "The Present and Future Status of the College-Controlled Laboratory School," Blackmon; 5) "The Research Function in Selected College-Controlled Laboratory Schools," Blackmon; 6) "A Profile of Nine Laboratory Schools Identified as Outstanding in Research," Blackmon; 7) "How Can Laboratory Schools Work Together To Fulfill Their Roles?" Frazier; 8) "The Role of the Laboratory School in Educational Research," Wiles; 9) "The Role of the Laboratory School in Curriculum Development," Myers; 10) "The Role of the Campus Laboratory School in the Education of Teachers," Tanruther; 11) "Role Perceptions of Laboratory Schools," Behling; 12) "The Jointly-Sponsored City School System-University Laboratory School: Advantages and Problems," Fleming; 13) "Is the Campus Laboratory School Obsolescent?" Gaskill and Carlson; 14) "Survey of Laboratory Schools in the U.S.--1964," Howd; 15) "Brief Histories of the Laboratory School Administrators Associations," Kelley; 16) "Laboratory School Administrators Association," Blackmon. Included is an 86-item selected, annotated bibliography. (JS)
Faculty Publications Committee, Univ. of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, Louisiana 70501 ($3.00, cash orders only; checks payable to USL Faculty Publ. Comm.)
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Authoring Institution: University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette.
Note: Southwestern Studies; Humanities Series, No. 3