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ERIC Number: EJ113448
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Desegregation, Reading Achievement, and Problem Behavior in Two Elementary Schools
Phillips, Leonard W.; Bianchi, William B.
Urban Education, 9, 4, 325-339, Jan 75
Desegregated students showed greater gains in reading achievement at the end of 7 months than segregated students; however these differences may be due to qualitative differences in reading instruction and do disappear after 24 months. Black students I.Q.'s increased under conditions of desegregation while students in the control school lost ground. The only differences in the amount of problem behavior were a reduction in the social and emotional areas among the girls. (EH)
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