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ERIC Number: ED046977
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 7
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Elementary School Achievement and Desegregation: A Research Proposal.
Goolsby, Thomas, Jr.; Frary, Robert B.
A study is to be undertaken to determine the conditions under which integration can optimally operate to ensure quality of education as reflected in student achievement. Several southern school systems experiencing gradients of desegregation and cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds will be selected. Classes included will be representative of a randomly assigned racial mix. Teachers will not be assigned randomly in a formal sense but will be those who would be normally assigned. Treatment of students will be that normally accorded students in the selected schools. Success in the elementary school will be measured by a chosen battery of tests. Covariates will be pretest scores from an alternate form of the achievement battery and mental age. A complete factorial design will be repeated at all grade levels (two, four, and six) and separately by race with the following factors: socioeconomic level, racial mix of the classroom (5 levels), and sex. (CK)
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