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ERIC Number: ED070199
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Aug-3
Pages: 12
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Cooling or Coping? School-Community Tensions.
Spillane, Robert R.
We live in a time of rising ethnic and racial tensions, great public frustrations, and great demands on school systems. A school district needs to develop a system that allows for the most effective working relationship between the school and the community, that facilitates the solution of problems, and that nurtures the growth of new ways to assist students. Such a system requires (1) the dissemination of information about the schools and the individual student, (2) the personnel to facilitate conflict resolution, and (3) the involvement of the community in the decision making process within the legal structure of the school district. The entire community and each ethnic group should become involved in the care of its children. (Author)
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Note: Speech presented at American Management Association Annual Conference. (8th, New York, N.Y., August 3-5, 1972)