ERIC Number: ED403333
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
Crossing Boundaries: Collaborative Solutions to Urban Problems. Selected Proceedings of the National Conference on Urban Issues (1st, Buffalo, New York, November 11-13, 1994).
Koritz, Douglas, Ed.; And Others
Selected papers are presented from a national conference on urban issues. They are: (1) "Collaboration as a Social Process: Inter-Institutional Cooperation and Educational Change" (Charles F. Underwood and Hardy T. Frye); (2) "Mobilizing the Village To Educate the Child" (Valerie Maholmes); (3) "Pathways to Teaching: An Urban Teacher Licensure Program" (Lucindia A. Chance, and others; (4) "Post-B.A. Paraprofessionals: Preparation for Urban Teachings" (June A. Gordon and Alice V. Houston); (5) "Training Teachers To Address the Question: Are Urban Students Different?" (Judith W. Simpson); (6) "The Relational Aspects of School, Family, and At-Risk Student Self-Esteem: A Qualitative Study" (Christee L. Jenlink); (7) "The Ghettoization of the African-American and the Potential for Economic Reform" (Curtis Haynes, Jr.); (8) "Patterns of Discourse Concerning Hispanic Students and Compensatory Education" (Theodora Lightfoot); (9) "'Permanent Temporaries and Formal Casuals': Collaborative Solutions to the Urban Un/Underemployment Crisis" (M. Bahati Kuumba); (10) "The Massachusetts Avenue Project: Community Revitalization on Buffalo's West Side" (Gary S. Welborn); (11) "Homeownership as a Social Equalizer" (Ted P. Schmidt); (12) "Public Sector Unions and the Changing Urban Political Economy" (Lawrence G. Flood); (13) "Small Business Incubation as a Tool for Sustainable Economic Development in Inner-City Communities" (Thomas S. Lyons, Gregg A. Lichtenstein, and Sumedha Chhatre); (14) "The Role of the Black Church in Changing Times: Empowering the Community for Survival" (Sharon E. Moore); (15) "Values as an Intervening Variable in the Commission of Crime: A Call for the Collaboration of Systems" (Barbara Huddleston-Mattai); (16) "The Urban Neighborhood Collective: A Model for Empowerment through Space within the Inner-City Landscape" (A. David Nieves); (17) "Youth Violence and the Changing Family: A Study of Family Background Factors" (Eddie Davis); (18) "Diagnosis Critical: Policy Paradigms and Health Care of Urban African-Americans through the AIDS Era" (David McBride); (19) "Black Adolescent Identities, Multiculturalism and the Struggle for Representation in Urban Education" (Garrett A. Duncan); (20) "Afrocentric Strategies and their Promise for Solving Problems Affecting African-American Males in Urban Areas" (Ron Stewart); and (21) "Liberation Research and Project South: Weapons in the Hands of the Oppressed" (M. Bahati Kuuma, Jerome Scott, and Walda Katz-Fishman). Individual papers contain references. (SLD)
Descriptors: Afrocentrism, Black Students, Cooperation, Disadvantaged Youth, Economic Factors, Elementary Secondary Education, Hispanic Americans, Minority Groups, Student Characteristics, Teacher Certification, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods, Urban Problems, Urban Schools, Urban Teaching, Urban Youth
State University of New York College at Buffalo, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14222-1095.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Evaluative
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Buffalo. Coll. at Buffalo. Center for Multidisciplinary Applied Research in Urban Issues.