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Leonard, Patricia Y. – Negro Educational Review, 1984
Examines theories of career development and vocational choice and discusses implications for the related functions of career education and guidance of Black youths. Urges that career education for Black children systematically counter environmentally fostered negative development in the affective domain. (RDN)
Descriptors: Black Youth, Career Awareness, Career Choice, Career Counseling
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Asbury, Charles A. – Negro Educational Review, 1984
Differences were investigated in perception of Black and White school psychologists regarding their professional role(s). Both gave a high rating to testing and assessment; Whites were less concerned than Blacks with reaching school objectives and identifying with other professionals on the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) team. (CJM)
Descriptors: Blacks, Counselor Role, Elementary Secondary Education, Racial Differences
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Awoniyi, Timothy A.; Ala, Florence B.O. – Negro Educational Review, 1984
Evaluated impact of using English, the "Mother Tongue" (Yoruba), or a structural bilingual mix of English and Yoruba in classroom communication. Found little difference in frequency of teaching behavior patterns, although in some instances teachers speaking Yoruba were more active. (CJM)
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Classroom Communication, Elementary Secondary Education, Language of Instruction
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Stoddard, Ann H. – Negro Educational Review, 1984
Discusses bias in intelligence testing and the misuse of intelligence tests scores. Suggests that use of such tests be limited or supported by other modes of evaluation. (CJM)
Descriptors: Culture Fair Tests, Educational Planning, Elementary Secondary Education, Grouping (Instructional Purposes)
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Farrell, Walter C., Jr. – Negro Educational Review, 1984
The discretionary aspects of disciplinary practices coupled with the cultural differences between Black students and their teachers largely explain the racial disparity in disciplinary measures. Many of these differences, based on new frames of cultural and social reference established by Blacks during the 1960s, have not yet been adequately…
Descriptors: Cultural Differences, Desegregation Effects, Discipline, Elementary Secondary Education
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Hollins, Etta Ruth – Negro Educational Review, 1982
Although theorists have recognized the significance of culture in learning, there is a need to develop learning theory that is pluralistic, applicable in a multicultural setting, does not conflict with the established learning patterns of children from different backgrounds, and incorporates research that explains cultural biases. (Author/MJL)
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Influences, Curriculum Development
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Olin, LaDelle; Gillis-Olin, Marion – Negro Educational Review, 1983
Black students are overrepresented in classes for the mentally retarded and underrepresented in classes for the physically handicapped and gifted. Assessment of Black students should involve parents and teachers, should be multifactored and early, should employ culturally aware examiners who assess students' strengths and weaknesses, and should be…
Descriptors: Black Students, Cultural Influences, Educational Assessment, Elementary Secondary Education
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Johnson, Wilfred A.; Caple, Brenda A. – Negro Educational Review, 1983
Examines variables that motivate college students toward a career in education of the emotionally disturbed, as compared to the motivations of their peers who specialize in elementary education. Suggests that consensus exists among faculty, teachers, and students of special education as to the personality traits necessary for the ideal special…
Descriptors: College Students, Elementary School Teachers, Elementary Secondary Education, Emotional Disturbances
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Katz-Garris, Lynda; Garris, Raymond P. – Negro Educational Review, 1981
Previous court decisions illustrate that both the desegregation and mainstreaming movements have reflected society's attitudes and ideologies at given points in time. However, mainstreaming will probably be more successful because desegregation evokes less sympathy, raises less moral consciousness, lacks broad community advocacy, and is affected…
Descriptors: Civil Rights Legislation, Desegregation Litigation, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education
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Arnez, Nneka Nancy L. – Negro Educational Review, 1981
Describes 17 children's books containing positive images of Black people. Most of the books are for the primary and elementary grades, though several are for older children. (MJL)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Black Culture, Blacks, Books
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Mercer, Mary M. – Negro Educational Review, 1982
Studies by the Stanford Research Institute indicate that poor Black children were 3.5 times more likely to be identified by teachers as mentally retarded than their White counterparts. Biased intelligence tests should not be used for placement, and lawsuits should be filed against their use throughout America where there is a demonstrated need.…
Descriptors: Blacks, Elementary Secondary Education, Exceptional Child Research, Intelligence Quotient
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Swick, Kevin; Lamb, Morris – Negro Educational Review, 1981
Discusses several models of a teacher education program for social studies teachers of culturally different children. Each model includes four components: knowledge, value development, seminars, and practicum. (GC)
Descriptors: Cultural Differences, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Models
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Willie, Charles V. – Negro Educational Review, 1981
Holds that Blacks and Whites have conflicting perceptions regarding the educational goals of school desegregation. Says that Whites should be recruited by predominantly Black educational institutions, asserting that minority status would permit Whites to liberate themselves from their self-oppressive ideology of racial superiority. (Author/GC)
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Black Institutions, Desegregation Effects, Educational Objectives
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Robinson, Prezell R. – Negro Educational Review, 1981
Reviews a number of desegregation cases that have been litigated in Federal courts since the 1954 "Brown" decision. Outlines needs and means for providing Black children with an education adequate for participation in the country's future. (GC)
Descriptors: Blacks, Busing, Desegregation Litigation, Desegregation Methods
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Robinson, Sharon P.; And Others – Negro Educational Review, 1980
Suggests that the teacher-student relationship is the most important aspect of successful school desegregation. Reviews literature which focuses on teacher attitudes toward Black students in desegregated schools. (Author/GC)
Descriptors: Black Students, Classroom Communication, Cultural Differences, Elementary Secondary Education
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