ERIC Number: ED084327
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
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Educating Black Students: Some Basic Issues.
Hood, Elizabeth F.
Contents of this collection of articles, originally prepared as messages for citizens and colleagues expressing some of the major concerns regarding the education of blacks in the seventies, by an educational consultant who has taught in the Department of Educational Sociology at Wayne State University, are as follows: (1) Education: Opening the Survival Kit; (2) Delusion of Progress: Education in the Public Schools; (3) The Impossible Dream; (4) Language and Learning; (5) A Look Inside--The C School, The P School, The R School; (6) The Made People Versus the Creative People: A Dilemma in Urban Education As Seen by a Black Administrator; (7) What Should Be Taught to Black Children?; (8) Education Is Learning Together; (9) Leadership in Black Students; (10) It has Been Done; and, (11) The Black Experience: Implications for New Dimensions in Education. (JM)
Descriptors: Academic Failure, Black Education, Curriculum Development, Disadvantaged Youth, Educational Change, Educational Planning, Educational Problems, Educational Quality, Failure, Language Handicaps, Political Issues, Public Schools, Social Change, Urban Education
Detroit Educational Consultants, Div. of Ness Enterprises, 600 Pingree, Detroit, Mich. 48202 ($4.95)
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