ERIC Number: ED133941
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: N/A
Mainstreaming and the Minority Child.
Jones, Reginald L., Ed.
Provided are 16 author-contributed papers dealing with theoretical questions and practical concerns relating to the effect of mainstreaming on the minority child. The text is divided into five parts: overview and perspectives, educational assessment for mainstream placement, curriculum issues and teaching strategies, evaluation and research, and case study and summary propositions. Included are entries with the following titles and authors: "Mainstreaming and the Minority Child--An Overview of Issues and a Perspective" (R. Jones and F. Wilderson); "Legal Forces and Pressures" (A. Abeson); "Parents and the Mainstream" (K. Morton and K. Hull); "Desegregation and Mainstreaming--A Case of Deja Vu" (C. Oden); "Problems and Issues in Assessment of Minority Group Children" (R. Samuda);"Assessing Black Children for Mainstream Placement" (H. Dent); "Mainstreaming Ethnically and Linguistically Different Children--An Exercise in Paradox or a New Approach?" (E. De Avila); "Curriculum Building and Implementation in Mainstream Settings--Some Concepts and Propositions" (M. Dabney); "Teaching the American Indian Child in Mainstream Settings" (F. Pepper); "Mainstreaming Black Children" (J. Johnson); "Cultural Democracy and the Educational Needs of Mexican American Children" (A. Castaneda); "Retarded Children Mainstreamed--Practices As They Affect Minority Group Children" (J. Gottlieb, et al.); "The Decertification of Minority Group EMR (educable mentally retarded) Students in California--Student Achievement and Adjustment" (R. Yoshida, et al.); "Evaluating Mainstream Programs for Minority Children" (R. Jones); "Mainstreaming and the Minority Child--The Philadelphia Experience" (M. Young); and "Summary--Some Propositions" (R. Jones). (SBH)
Descriptors: American Indians, Bilingualism, Blacks, Cultural Differences, Curriculum, Disadvantaged Youth, Educational Diagnosis, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethnic Groups, Exceptional Child Education, Legislation, Mainstreaming, Mental Retardation, Minority Groups, Parent Role, Teaching Methods
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Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Bureau of Occupational and Adult Education (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Leadership Training Inst. for Special Education, Minneapolis, Minn.