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Education in Appalachia : proceedings from the 1987 Conference on Appalachia, October 23-24, 1987, University of Kentucky

Author: University of Kentucky. Appalachian Center.
Publisher: Lexington, KY : The Center, [1987]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : State or province government publication : English
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The papers of the 1987 Conference on Appalachia cover a wide range of topics; from the Moonlight Schools of Kentucky, a seventh grade photography project in Estill County Middle School, and the effect that Alice Lloyd College, Pippa Passes, Kentucky had on literacy in the region.
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: University of Kentucky. Appalachian Center.
OCLC Number: 17856328
Description: 208 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Introduction: Contexts and issues in Appalachian school reform / by Alan J. DeYoung --
The Foxfire experience / by Eliot Wigginton --
Ethnicity and education in southern Appalachia: implications for educational equity / by Gregory G. Reck, Susan E. Keefe, and Mae Reck --
Community response to educational policy: a case from rural Kentucky / by Susan Clement-Brutto --
Irreparable harm: the manipulation of symbols in one school consolidation struggle / by Thomas A. Boyd --
Linking Appalachian education and economic development: making dollars by making sense / by Jonathan Sher --
The importance of education for economic development in Appalachia / by Dan Lacy --
Education in the strategy of regional development: a retrospective view and an alternative perspective / by Eldon D. Smith and Kurt R. Anschel --
The politics of school reform in the Eighties / by Linda Martin --
Democratic empowerment and the South Carolina Sea Island Citizenship Schools: implications for Appalachian schools / by Sandra Brenneman Oldendorf --
The Lower Price Hill Community School: strategies for social change from an Appalachian street academy / by Phillip J. Obermiller, Kathryn M. Borman, and James A. Kroger --
Appalachian and Southern literacy campaigns in the early Twentieth Century: historical perspectives in two keys / by Florence S. Estes, Harvey G. Neufeldt, and James E. Akenson --
Parents and teachers: can home and school literacy support boundaries be broken? / by Kathleen E. Holland --
Beyond dialect: the effects of culture on Appalachian students' writing styles / by Rebecca Eller --
Universal themes in Appalachian children's literature / by Roberta T. Herrin --
A university-based model for literacy enhancement through rural schools / by Margaret Phelps --
Observations on school dropout programs in Appalachia / by Rity Spivey --
A diploma...don't leave school without it / by Kate Pannell --
Appalachian Drop Out Prevention Outreach Program Team (ADOPT) / by Carole McDaniel --
An innovative education program: forward in the Fifth / by Woody J. Barwick --
The Eastern Kentucky teachers network / by Debbie Bays, Carol Stumbo, and Susan Wood --
Appalachia and the Third "R" / by Anita L. Baker --
AEL's Rural Small Schools program: empowering change in rural communities / by Todd Strohmenger --
The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT): an interdisciplinary innovation in teacher education / by Walter Oldendorf --
Parent and Child Education Program (PACE) / by Kim Townley, Jeanne Heberle, and Yun F. Kim --
Training for Appalachian Practice (TAP) project: a model for training Appalachian health care professionals / by Angel Rubio --
Training practitioners for appropriate social and economic development in Appalachian communities: a view from the social work profession / by John G. McNutt --
Rural adult education in Appalachia: a study of desirable teacher characteristics / by Mark A. Heinrich, Guy L. Osborne, and Michael V. Carter --
Education that makes a difference: Appalachian community factors in leadership education / by William S. Hayes --
Appalachian colleges and universities: their role in regional development / by John Calhoun Wells --
Appalachian values change as observed in Berea College students and alumni / by Sherralyn S. Cox.
Responsibility: sponsored by the Appalachian Center.

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The papers of the 1987 Conference on Appalachia cover a wide range of topics; from the Moonlight Schools of Kentucky, a seventh grade photography project in Estill County Middle School, and the effect that Alice Lloyd College, Pippa Passes, Kentucky had on literacy in the region.

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