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ERIC Number: ED061399
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 375
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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)
Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 10027 ($5.95)
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