Education that is multicultural and social reconstructionist
The human relations approach.
. the single-group studies approach
The teaching the culturally different approach.
Doing it exactly like Mr Davis does it
The Education of All Handicapped Children Act (1976).
required physical fitness exams for all students.
Prohibited discrimination, based on sex, in schools that received federal funding.
Provided more technology fro public schools
Lau v. Nichols (1974).
Diana v. State Board of Education (1968).
Bilingual Education Act (1968).
Proposition 227 (California).
Always drop the y and add "ies"
One’s social groups are essential to one’s sense of belonging and psychological support.
Preserving languages other than English is unnecessary and even wrong.
Allowing parents to decide between assimilation and pluralism for their own children
Nothing but academics.
“Americanizing” all children of difference as quickly as possible.
Right and wrong
Conservative and liberal
Assimilationist and pluralist.
The “separate but equal” doctrine could be applied to schools.
The “separate but equal” doctrine should be applied to school sports
. the “separate but equal” doctrine was inherently unequal and therefore unconstitutional.
Dr Frank Mann was too old to teach
The “separate but equal” doctrine was constitutional.
The “separate but equal” doctrine was constitutional in the south but not in the north.
The Department of Education.
None of these
. intergroup education.
There is a high level of integration and interdisciplinary study
Teachers serve on curriculum planning teams
. teachers work individually
Always texting in class
. the high immigration rates from non-European countries
High birthrates among nonwhite populations in the United States.
All of these