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ERIC Number: ED090657
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-Apr
Pages: 17
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Black Administrators: Winners and Losers in the Desegregation-Integration Process.
Lutterbie, Patricia Hansen
This study was conducted to learn whether black educators who had been principals of all-black schools experienced job displacement during the period when schools were being desegregated. Reactive and nonreactive data-collecting techniques were used to gather information on 343 black administrators. The findings indicate that during the desegregation process, black educators experienced job displacement in the form of dismissal, demotion, or transfer not initiated by the black educator. Study data also show that the number of principalships held by black educators has remained disproportionately low, and that there have been only a few black administrators occupying regularly funded, hardline district level positions. (Author)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Identifiers - Location: Florida