ERIC Number: ED303250
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988-Dec
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Early Childhood Program Administrators and Parents from Third World Countries.
Hewes, Dorothy W.
Briefly described is a San Diego State University course in which students became aware of linkages with community groups representing families from Third World countries. Students were taught material related to the administration of early childhood programs. Summaries of student research reports are included. Student reports focused on life experiences of the Hmong, Vietnamese, Ethiopians, Iraqis, Filipinos, Nicaraguans, Hispanics, Mexicans, Mexican-Americans, Laotians, Indochinese, Salvadorians, and Native Americans, and on immigrants and Head Start, migrant education in San Diego, school district children's centers, and California and Third World countries. Basic principles for working with parents from diverse ethnic groups are listed. (RH)
Publication Type: Reports - General
Education Level: N/A
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Note: Final Report presented to the Consortium for International Cooperation in Higher Education (December 1988).