ERIC Number: ED069841
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
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Report of the New York State Commission on the Quality, Cost and Financing of Elementary and Secondary Education. Volume 2.
New York State Commission on the Quality, Cost, and Financing of Elementary and Secondary Education.
This volume of the report of the New York State Commission on the Quality, Cost, and Financing of Elementary and Secondary Education is organized in five parts, the contents of which are as follows: Chapter six, "Curriculum" includes discussions of such topics as the goals of public education, reading and mathematics, children with English-language difficulties, gifted and talented students, and developing and maintaining contemporary instructional materials. Chapter seven, "Secondary Education," discusses proposals to reorganize the last six years of public schooling and provide a number of educational options for students in Grades 11 and 12. Chapter eight, "Non-instructional needs," discusses three topics: facilities acquisition, pupil transportation, and the continuous learning year. Chapter nine, "Children with special needs," encompasses discussions of the problems of handicapped children; and of dependent, neglected, and delinquent children, and "persons in need of supervision." Chapter ten, "Societal problems in the schools," includes discussions of violence in the schools, drug addiction, and venereal disease. [For Volume I of the Report, see ED 061 391; for Volume 3, UD 013 099.] (JM)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Dependents, Disadvantaged Youth, Drug Addiction, Educational Facilities, Educational Finance, Educational Objectives, Elementary Education, Equal Education, Extended School Year, Language Handicaps, Secondary Education, Social Problems, Student Transportation, Violence
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Authoring Institution: New York State Commission on the Quality, Cost, and Financing of Elementary and Secondary Education.