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ERIC Number: ED061613
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Feb
Pages: 5
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"Unique Problems Confronting Black School Administrators."
Thomas, Charles R.
In this speech, a black, former principal describes the unique problems facing black school administrators. The author states that his most important task was to establish and maintain credibility in the profession and in the community. He discusses (1) his relations with the staff, (2) his relations with students, (3) his role in school community relations, and (4) his role as an educational leader. He notes that his challenge was to pull the essential elements of the educational program together into something of high quality and at the same time to affirm blackness while not degrading whiteness. (Author/JF)
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Note: Speech given before American Association of School Administrators Annual Convention (104th, Atlantic City, New Jersey, February 12-16, 1972)