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Bethea, Sharon L. – Journal of Black Psychology, 2012
The present investigation considers the program outcomes of one community youth project, Leadership Excellence Inc., Oakland Freedom Schools. Oakland Freedom Schools are culturally relevant 6-week summer Language Arts enrichment programs for primarily inner-city African American youth aged 5 to 14 years. In this study, 79 African American youth…
Descriptors: Enrichment, Freedom, Social Action, Individual Development
Bancroft, Ann – California Journal of Teacher Education, 1973
This is a description of the current situation at Berkeley High School as reflected in student and administrator opinion. Subjects touched on include social segregation: freedom of the school press, race tolerance, and, since it is an open campus, attendance. (JA)
Descriptors: Attendance, High Schools, Racial Relations, Student Attitudes
Corwin, Ronald G., Ed.; Flaherty, John F., Ed. – 1995
The charter-schools movement provides the opportunity to observe whether granting schools freedom from most state regulations actually produces more freedom for school administrators and teachers, and whether this autonomy produces other distinctive outcomes. This report summarizes findings of Southwest Regional Laboratory's (SWRL's) statewide…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Charter Schools, Contracts, Educational Innovation
California State Legislature, Sacramento. Joint Committee on Educational Goals and Evaluation. – 1970
This report of the Joint Committee on Educational Goals and Evaluation to the California Legislature discusses the need for educational goals and evaluation, the committee investigation, and the collection of information. As a result of the investigation, it was concluded that: (1) it is essential that the goal-setting process include the…
Descriptors: Data Collection, Educational Objectives, Educational Research, Evaluation Methods