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ERIC Number: ED096881
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-May
Pages: 416
Abstractor: N/A
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Maryland Plan for Completing the Desegregation of the Public Postsecondary Education Institutions in the State. February 1974 and Addendum, May 1974.
This new plan is the result of an examination of previous efforts by the State of Maryland to achieve a more representative racial balance in Maryland's public institutions of higher education. It is intended to: (1) eliminate vestiges of former racial dualism in Maryland's public higher education institutions; (2) increase minority and other-race presence on campuses, with particular emphasis on enhancing and not diminishing opportunities for blacks as students, teachers, workers, and decisionmakers throughout the system; and (3) assure an expanded role for blacks and other minorities in positions of educational leadership such as trustees, presidents, deans, department heads, and faculty members. The plan itself covers the following topics at the statewide segment and institutional levels: student composition, employment composition, financial aid, administrative coordination, program cooperation, programmatic goals, projections of racial composition, timetables, and monitoring mechanisms. Appendixes include segment-wide and institutional data, a report on student financial aid, additional institutional data, and comparative data on predominantly black and white institutions. (Author/PG)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Authoring Institution: Maryland
Identifiers - Location: Maryland