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ERIC Number: ED115597
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 79
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Preparing Teachers to Humanize the Multiracial School: Innovative Programs Involving Historical Black and Predominantly White Colleges and Universities.
Mercer, Walter A.
This document presents summaries of eight efforts made to provide teachers with the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors necessary to improve intergroup relations in desegregated schools. Projects covered are: (1) the Chapel Hill (North Carolina) schools' student teaching project; (2) interinstitutional seminars in Norfolk, Virginia; (3) biracial student teacher teams in Arkansas; (4) cooperative intergroup projects between Florida A and M University and the University of Florida, and between Florida A and M and Florida State University; (5) a workshop on improving intergroup relations and preparing prospective teachers for multiracial classroom and an interinstitutional seminar on student teaching, both involving Florida A and M and Florida State; and (6) interinstitutional seminars between paired neighboring majority black and white colleges and universities, held under the sponsorship of the Southern Regional Education Board in cooperation with the Emergency School Assistance Program, Community Projects Division of the Office of Education. (Author/DDO)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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