Urban schooling. Edited by Herbert C. Rudman and Richard L. Featherstone.
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Featherstone, Richard L.
Rudman, Herbert C. 1923-
xii, 296 pages 21 cm
Most of the chapters were originally prepared for a two-week workshop held at Michigan State Univ. in the summer of 1966.
Includes bibliographical references.
I. Urban schooling : dimensions of the problem / Herbert C. Rudman -- II. The Role of universities in supplying help to metropolitan school systems / Daniel Schreiber -- III. Reorganizing the control patterns in urban schools / Richard L. Featherstone -- IV. The Teacher's role in collective bargaining / Daniel H. Kruger -- V. Administrative acts and their consequences / Maurice F. Seay -- VI. Stereotypes of the Negro and their relationship to his self-image / James Farmer -- VII. Characteristics of socio-economic status among whites and nonwhites / Arnold M. Rose -- VIII. Intellectual development among disadvantage youth / Robert L. Green -- IX. Academic motivation and inner-city schools / William W. Farquhar -- X. Successful educational programs for disadvantaged youth -- XI. Formulation of techniques for the measurement and evaluation of education / Herbert C. Rudman -- XII. Suggested guidelines for evolving an urban school-system and university relationship / Richard L. Featherstone.
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