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Doughty, James J. – Theory Into Practice, 1978
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)
Descriptors: Ability Grouping, Cultural Differences, Individualized Instruction, Mastery Learning
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Doughty, James J. – Theory into Practice, 1978
Rapid and frequent changes in response to political and economic priorities characterize Chinese education. (MM)
Descriptors: Chinese Culture, Educational Philosophy, Educational Policy, Foreign Countries
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Doughty, James J. – Theory Into Practice, 1978
Views of Black school board members are solicited on, among others, school desegregation, effecting change as a black board member, and the roles of federal, state, and local agencies in promoting desegregation. Conclusions are drawn to help school districts deal with school desegregation. (Author/MJB)
Descriptors: Black Leadership, Government Role, Guidelines, Opinions