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EDUC247- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)


Department
Education
Course Code
EDUC247
Professor
Hampel Robert
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Final

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October 26th, 2016
I. Little Rock (1957)
a. Honored with a postage stamp
b. A lot of courage it took for the students
c. Several of their parents lost their jobs
d. Moderists people against schools desegregating
e. 1957
f. pace of change throughout the south remains slow after this, this did not cause a
huge change
II. Johnson’s Great “ociety
a. became clear that they needed some outside pressure
i. administration of Linden Johnson
ii. Johso ated to hoor Keedy’s legay
iii. Federal go’t displayig ore pressure
b. Tie integration into federal money
III. Green (1968)
a. In Virginia solution was to let people choose their own school
b. The court said no b/c not one student chose the all black school and only 15% of
students applied to all white school
c. Courts saying, we had to radicate segregated school system and replace it with a
shool that does’t diide y raes learly
d. DeJure Segre vs. DeFacto Segre vs. No Segre wanted schools that had no trace
of the old school system
e. We need something that is going to bring results quickly
f. Dual school system
IV. Milliken (1973)
a. Courts are now willing to tell people they have to take certain steps bus system
b. Detroit 70% black, within the city clear history of segregation
c. Local school clearly made decisions based on race
d. Half of suburban people combined to make one great big city
e. Here in Delaware there is a similar case in New Castle County
i. Will the city of Wilmington join New Castle County as an affective way to
desegregate?
ii. Creating new school districts combining city and suburbs with effective
bus systems
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November 4th, 2016
High schools in 96’s
- May high shools start to hage i 7’s – not everything but significant developments
- The shopping Mall high school
- Variety, choice, neutrality
o May high shools i 97’s add ore opportuities for studets
o Many high schools livened stuff up by offering 1 semester electives for seniors
o Variety took form of schools within a school
o Urban schools introducing day care centers for pregnant teenagers
o Providing nurses social and physical aspects
o Many schools recogized you should’t treat all studets alike
Honor diversity
Everyone find something you can be successful in
High shools did’t wat you to drop out
Being in high school was a good thing
o Choice it’s all here if you wat it, ut you deide what optios to use
- Specialty shops
- High schools are reluctant to say one option is better than another option
- May shools had 5 diff speialty shops growig rapidly i 97’s
o Advanced placement/honors
o Special education doules i 97’s
o Varsity sports/ music
o Vocational/ tech education variety from state to state
o Trouble makers
o What do they have in common?
All 5 there is some sort of admissions process
o Teahers were sayig if they did’t are aout it why should their studets lear
it
o Teachers also saying its so easy for kids to get into community college
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