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The Career Opportunities Program: A Paraprofessional Approach To Teacher Education, Harold Tucker Apr 1973

The Career Opportunities Program: A Paraprofessional Approach To Teacher Education, Harold Tucker

Education Undergraduate Theses

The purpose of this study was to examine certain aspects of a paraprofessional approach to teacher education. The paraprofessional approach refers to actual on-going training within the school classroom structure in addition to professional training from an institution of higher learning.

American public education is at the cross-roads of a major decision today. Considerable evidence indicates that it has been ineffective, particularly in reaching and teaching the culturally disadvantaged child. Recent physical violence and verbal protests are indicative of the dissatisfaction of many segments of the population. The dissatisfaction lies chiefly with the school's inability to provide true equality ...


The Contributions Of The America Indians And The Effect They Have On The Education Of Montana's Indians, M. Maureen O'Donnell Apr 1973

The Contributions Of The America Indians And The Effect They Have On The Education Of Montana's Indians, M. Maureen O'Donnell

Education Undergraduate Theses

The purpose of this study was to examine contributions of the American Indians in the areas of culture, economics, government, medicine and religion as they affect the education of the American Indians in today's educational system. . .The American Indians of today are a minority race who are often stereotyped as silent, withdrawn and unAmerican in white man’s sense of American. Because it is the right of all people to be treated equal regardless of race, color, creed or sex, it is felt desirable to study the contributions of the American Indian to America, to study the Indian student ...