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ERIC Number: ED048425
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 24
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Human Resources Center: An Innovation in Education; General Job Functions (Unofficial); General Plan for Curriculum Organization; Early Childhood Education.
Pontiac City School District, MI.
The Human Resources Center in Pontiac, Michigan is an educational institution designed to help develop talents and human potential from early childhood through adulthood. The Center offers a new approach to the problems of urban communities through comprehensive planning; education is made to serve a broader role than it has in the past. Surrounding the schools, various areas are being redeveloped. The Center itself is conceived of as achieving integration through usage; eventually it will serve approximately 2,100 students from its immediate area, and also provide educational programs for many others on a city-wide basis. This demands a radical reorganization of the school system's traditional approaches to curricula, teacher-aid technologies, and school architecture. In addition to innovative educational programs, the Center will offer cultural, auditorium, and exhibition facilities to Pontiac city; in-service training programs for Pontiac's educators; adult education; community services in health, welfare, and family counselling; facilities for pre-school programs; and, civic activities. In February 1970, ground for the Center was broken. (Author/JW)
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Authoring Institution: Pontiac City School District, MI.
Identifiers - Location: Michigan