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ERIC Number: ED263046
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984-Mar
Pages: 73
Abstractor: N/A
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Attracting Gifted and Talented Blacks to the Teaching Profession. Proceedings of the National Invitational Conference on Teacher Preparation and Survival (5th, Norfolk, VA, March 29-30 1984).
Witty, Elaine P., Ed.
This document contains papers presented at the fifth in a series of annual conferences dealing with the preparation and survival of black public school teachers. The following papers are included: (1) "Collaboration of Education and Liberal Arts: A Prescription for Recruitment and Preparation of Talented Black Teachers" (Dorothy P. Barnett); (2) "Attracting Gifted and Talented Blacks to the Teaching Profession" (John F. Leeke); (3) "Voodoo Research: Its Implications for Black Americans" (Lillian P. Jennings); (4) "Trends in Recruitment, Retention, and Placement of Prospective Black Teachers" (Edyth Cole, Floyd P. Horton); (5) "Strategies for Preparing Students for Success in Meeting New Certification Requirements" (Margaret G. Dabney); and (6) "Linking Strategies: Public Schools, Community, State Department of Education and Professional Organizations" (V. Wendell Hylton). (JD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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