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ERIC Number: EJ189466
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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Diminishing the Opportunities for Resegregation
Doughty, James J.
Theory Into Practice, 17, 2, 166-71, Apr 78
Desegregated schools often become resegregated by placing minority students in low ability groups and special education programs. Individualizing instruction for black children, understanding their culture, and encouraging mastery learning are ways of avoiding this damaging situation. (JD)
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Language: English
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