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ERIC Number: ED050224
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 646
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Educating the Disadvantaged; School Year 1969/1970. Volume 2, Part 1; Volume 2, Part 2.
Ornstein, Allan C., Ed.; And Others
This collection of essays contains magazine and journal articles that were published in 1969-70. Although the primary function of these essays is to help educators keep up with the recent literature in the field, the volume is divided into three parts so that one or more parts may be used to fulfill local needs and supplement course reading lists. Part I, "Who are the Disadvantaged?", shows that the term "disadvantaged" is relative; it includes several minority groups and peripheral youth activists. Part II, "Class, Race, and Psychology," exemplifies the continuous interest in class, caste, and cognitive tasks, as well as recent concern for black pride and reinterpretation of the social sciences. Part III, "Problems and Prospects," points out suggested solutions for educating the disadvantaged--focusing on the teacher, school, community, city, and country. (JW)
AMS Press, Inc., New York, N.Y. 10003 ($4.95 each part)
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