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ERIC Number: ED403333
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 270
Abstractor: N/A
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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)
State University of New York College at Buffalo, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14222-1095.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Evaluative
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Buffalo. Coll. at Buffalo. Center for Multidisciplinary Applied Research in Urban Issues.