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Secondary education in the inner city

Secondary education in the inner city

proceedings of a public policy seminar organised by the Centre for Urban and Regional Research, University of Glasgow on May 29, 1981.

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Published by University of Glasgow, Centre for Urban and Regional Research in Glasgow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCURR discussion paper -- no. 4
ContributionsUniversity of Glasgow. Centre for Urban and Regional Research.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 60p.
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17094399M

  The project involved all students enrolled in regular or bilingual education in an inner-city school system where 2 out of 3 students qualify for a free or reduced price lunch and 9 out of 10 students are African American or Hispanic/Latino American.   Secondary education Inner city school launches a Combined Cadet Force An inner city school has launched a Combined Cadet Force (CCF) as Author: Urmee Khan.

  During the s economic downturn inner city minority schools became chaotic as a result of cuts in funding that have really never been restored. In the s the crack epidemic undermined families in inner city communities and began to fill up the jails. In a world without work, crime became the main : Alan Singer.   Inner-City Schools, Multiculturalism, and Teacher Education by Frederick L. Yeo, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).

In addressing this question, qualitative data obtained in semi-structured interviews conducted with Devaughn Johnson, Pastor of True Covenant Church in Bridgewood, a mid-size urban center in the "rustbelt" of the northeastern and mid-western United States (die name of the Pastor, church, and city are pseudonyms), as part of fieldwork undertaken Missing: Secondary education. This four-part document addresses problems facing teachers of inner-city secondary students. Part 1 discusses the adverse influences of society on the inner city, and their effects on education and physical education. Part 2 focuses on competencies and expertise needed by physical education instructors to work effectively with inner-city : Leonard M. Ridini, John P. L. Madden.


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The book details and critiques the educational goals, the rationalizing ideologies, the paucity of reform efforts - especially that of multiculturalism - in these schools, and criticizes the failure of institutional teacher education Cited by: The problems commonly associated with inner-city schools were not nearly as pervasive a century ago, when black children in most northern cities attended school alongside white children.

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BERRY Graduate School of Education University of California (Los Angeles) The United States has attempted to provide mass education for its citizens. While the concept of mass education has been a tenet of American society, in recent history, the ability of. Secondary education; The inner city and the village school She supports the idea of a school for inner-city pupils but argues it should be much smaller.

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Physical education for inner city secondary schools. New York, Harper & Row [] (OCoLC) For most kids a solid education is perhaps their only chance to get off the streets, out of the city so that they can create a better situation for their own kids.

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The effects of teacher learning that transitions into pedagogical knowledge and practice remains an under-investigated area in the literature. This longitudinal study extended one teacher's professional learning into her inner-city secondary school, where she created a mother-daughter after-school book club that began when 12 Black girls, joined by three mothers, entered Grade by: 2.

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