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Child Development Group of Mississippi.
||15 reels of microfilm (35 mm) and 10 tape recordings; plus additions of 7.0 c.f., 4 tape recordings, and 26 compact discs.
Records of the Child Development Group of Mississippi, a community action organization aimed at developing Head Start classes and improved education for young black children in Mississippi, documenting the organization's administration, activities, and community self-help programs. Included are files of John Mudd, executive director; and Marvin Hoffman, associate director; and records of the Teacher Development Program concerning recruiting, reports on student health and attitudes, lesson plans, critiques of training programs, and attempts to secure white students and teachers. The tape recordings include class demonstrations and conferences, interviews with local residents, and Martin Hoffman's audio files.