ERIC Number: ED182381
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976-Nov-15
Reference Count: 0
Race Education/Training: The State of the Art; Issues and Dilemmas.
Coffey, John F.; Chesler, Mark
The two papers comprising this conference report serve the following purposes: (1) to alert practitioners and consumers in race relations and anti-racism endeavors to the major issues in the field; (2) to facilitate continuing dialogue; and (3) to provide impetus for a more thorough assessment of the state of the art. The first, by John F. Coffey, reflects the views of the consensus of symposium participants on the state of the art of race education/training. Among the topics discussed are the history of race relations, participant philosophies, and issues and concerns about race educators and trainers. The second paper, by Dr. Mark Chesler, discusses issues and dilemmas in the area of race relations and race education. The paper focuses on the following questions: (1) Who are the appropriate agents or staff for training and change? (2) What are the critical elements for a training/education program? (3) What should an organizational diagnosis include? (4) What are some important components of a program design? (5) How can we insure maximum effects of a race training/education program on personal change? (7) How can we mobilize community support for race relations education? and (7) What are essential components of an evaluation? (Author/RLV)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Walter Reed Army Hospital, Washington, DC.; National Inst. of Mental Health (DHEW), Rockville, MD. Center for Minority Group Mental Health Programs.
Authoring Institution: N/A
Note: Part One of a report of the Annual Symposium on Race Education/Training (2nd, Washington, D.C., September 15-17, 1976).