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ERIC Number: ED098277
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 413
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Assessing Minority Group Children.
Phillips, Beeman N., Ed.
Contents of this book include the following collection of articles: "Assessing Minority Group Children: Challenges for School Psychologists," Thomas Oakland; "The NEA Testing Moratorium," Boyd Bosma; "Cultural Myopia: The Need for a Corrective Lens," Martin H. Gerry; "Assumptions Underlying Psychological Testing," T. Ernest Newland; "Criterion-Referenced and Norm-Referenced Assessment of Minority Group Children," Clifford J. Drew; "Does the Pot Melt, Boil, or Brew? Black Children and White Assessment Procedures," Geneva Gay and Roger D. Abrahams; "Strategies for Assessing Intellectual Patterns in Black, Anglo, and Mexican-American Boys--Or Any Other Children--and Implications for Education," Mary Meeker and Robert Meeker; "Language Characteristics of Black Children: Implications for Assessment,: Joseph H. Matluck and Betty J. Mace; "The Disadvantaged as a Social and Professional Phenomenon," Diane N. Bryen and Nettie R. Bartel; and, "Reviews of School Psychological Materials," Edward E. Gotts, Editor, with reviews by Barbara R. Lasser, Wayne Otto, and T. Ernest Newland. (JM)
Behavioral Publications, 72 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10011 ($9.95, cloth)
Publication Type: Books
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