ERIC Number: ED061399
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Publication Date: 1972
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Opening Opportunities for Disadvantaged Learners.
Passow, A. Harry, Ed.
Contents of this book include: "Urban environment in the 1970's," A. Harry Passow; "Educational strategies and the disadvantaged," S.M. Miller and Pamela Roby; "A critique of the concept of 'compensatory education,'" Basil Bernstein; "Early childhood education for the disadvantaged," Helen Robison; "Up from poverty: the price of 'making it' in a ghetto school," Bernard Mackler; "Toward a definition of 'structure' in the education of disadvantaged students," Russell Doll and Daniel Levine; "The death of intellect; or how to change teachers into cretins without really trying," Larry Cuban; "Black children and desegregation," Meyer Weinberg; "Guidance in the urban setting," Edmund Gordon; "The Life Skills Program; structured counseling for the disadvantaged," Winthrop Adkins;"Vocational-technical education needs and programs for urban schools," Grant Venn; "Selected issues in collegiate compensatory programs," Judity Ruchkin; "Project UNIQUE: integrated quality urban-suburban education," William Young; "Trends and development in state programs for the disadvantaged," Irving Ratchik; "Harlem prep: an alternate system of education," Edward Carpenter; "School community control as a social movement," Preston Wilcox; "The concept of an educational park," Max Wolff; and, "Fables and forecast in urban education," Robert Dentler. (JM)
Descriptors: Black Students, College Programs, Compensatory Education, Counseling Services, Disadvantaged Youth, Early Childhood Education, Educational Needs, Educational Opportunities, Educational Quality, Educational Strategies, School Community Relationship, School Desegregation, State Programs, Urban Education, Vocational Education
Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 10027 ($5.95)
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