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ERIC Number: ED099268
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 200
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Race, School and Community: A Study of Research and Literature.
Taylor, Francine
This is a survey of research and literature on the racial situation in Britain. The book is arranged into seven chapters which: 1) focus on the history and background of the immigration which has produced a multi-racial society in Britain in the last three decades; 2) provide a general survey of the educational situation of the "immigrant" children, emphasizing provisions for English language teaching and the education of teachers for a multi-racial society; 3) emphasize language education, the key to assimilation in British society, including curriculum development in language instruction and infant and pre-school language education; 4) deal with problems in determining ability levels where cultural and social background influence outcomes; 5) discusses the effect of these factors on educational socialization; 6) describe compensatory and social education programs and measures in operation for children in the multi-cultural, multi-racial society; and 7) make recommendations for language programmes, infant and pre-school education, diffusion of new techniques and training of teachers, assessment of academic development, and education and community relations. Literature cited throughout the review is listed in the bibliography, which, with a select list of periodicals and journals, completes the book. (JH)
Humanities Press Inc., Atlantic Highlands NJ 07716 ($7.50)
Publication Type: Books
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Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (Great Britain)