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America's other children : public schools outside suburbia.

Author: George Henderson
Publisher: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, ©1971.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Henderson
ISBN: 0806109467 9780806109466
OCLC Number: 133410
Description: xi, 430 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part 1. The rural poor --
What is poverty? / Jo Goodwin Parker --
The plight of the rural poor / Bill Kovach and Nat Caldwell --
Obstacles to planning / James McElrath --
The mutual images and expectations of Anglo-Americans and Mexican-Americans / Ozzie G. Simmons --
The most oppressed race in the United States : the Indian / Joseph S. Roucek --
Darkness on the Delta / Foster Davis --
The structure of adaptive sentiments in a lower-class religious group in Appalachia / Berton H. Kaplan --
Part 2. The educational challenge --
A teacher reminisces / Alphatique Thomas --
As a tiny rural school nears end of the line, feelings are mixed / Dennis Farney --
A charter of education for rural children --
Emeralds of opportunity in rural education / Douglas G. MacRae --
A comparison of rural and urban pupils on achievement / James C. Moore and Paul T. King --
Education and the other America / Richard T. Frost --
The schools of Appalachia / Peter Schrag --
What migrant farm children learn / Robert Coles --
The teacher and the Negro child : "invisibility" in the school / Maxine Greene --
Problems of disadvantaged youth, urban and rural / Walter G. Daniel --
Part 3. Quality education is people --
The school system / August B. Hollingshead --
Roadblocks to recruitment / Harold Sebold and George B. Redfern --
The teacher from Appalachia / Frank C. Mayer --
Why consider teaching in a small school? / George S. Rhodes --
Room seven / Susan Rucker --
We ain't unteachable ... just unteached / Lawana Trout --
Small communities need big men / Stephen J. Knezevich --
Current influences changing the principal's role / Stephen A. Romine --
Why small district hired two superintendents / Kenneth W. Sand and Dale K. Hayes --
Home-school-community relations. Part 4. Strategies and innovations --
The rural-urban dichotomy : a problem for teachers / Albert Mitchell --
Strategies for strengthening small schools / Rowen C. Stutz --
Big ideas for small schools / Ovid F. Parody --
Big opportunities in small schools through flexible-modular scheduling / Thomas B. Leigh --
Guidelines for developing vocational agriculture programs for youth with special needs / James B. Hamilton --
Are small high schools doing an adequate job of in-service education? / Bob L. Taylor --
In-service education for the smaller school's faculty / Lee A. Witters --
A community becomes involved in education / John Waybright --
Whatever happened to the little red schoolhouse? / Jim Jackson --
Part 5. Racial integration in the public schools --
Brown v. Board of Education --
The effects of segregation and the consequences of desegregation : a social science statement --
The case for the white southerner / Perry Morgan --
A southern student is loyal to the traditions of the old south / Margaret Long --
The desegregation of southern schools : a psychiatric study / Robert Coles --
"Integrated" schools in south sometimes keep races separated / Tom Herman --
The north and west have problems, too / G.W. Foster, Jr. --
Quality teaching and the desegregation workshop / Bruce Rosen --
Public relations in desegregated schools / James H. Bash and Roger L. Long --
Part 6. If we fail --
The rural student speaks out / Horace E. Aubertine --
Living together as strangers / Donald R. Matthews and James W. Prothro --
"Militant" Navaho wants to preserve an old nation / Susan Hunsinger --
Mexican-Americans weary of "hyphenated" status / Richard Beene --
To live in freedom, to die a timely death / Paul Good.

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