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by Irving G Hendrick
Author: Irving G Hendrick
Publisher: R & E Research Associates (1977)
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Hendrick, Irving G. This study focuses on the treatment of non white minority groups by those responsible for public education in California between 1849 and 1970. Discrimination against blacks, American Indians, children of Mexican migrant workers, and Asian Americans are discussed in terms of government legislation, school board policies and social attitudes
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The Education of Non-Whites in California, 1849-1970. Security, Territory, Population: Lectures At the Collège De France, 1977–1978. This book presents information from a study of Teach for America, an alternative teacher education program that recruits and trains people with degrees in fields other than education to work in urban and rural schools with chronic teacher shortages, poverty, and minority students. The book is an effort to understand how different discourses of pedagogy come together to generate principles for participation and action.
Irving G. Hendrick (a1) 32. Percentages are calculated from census statistics found in: California, Fourteenth Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1890. Hendrick (a1). Department of Education at the University of California, Riverside. 25. California Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1924, p. 6. National Archives, Archives Branch, Los Angeles, California, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Records of the Mission Agency, Box 58462. 32. Percentages are calculated from census statistics found in: California, Fourteenth Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1890, pp. 6–7. 33. Adams,, American Indian Education, p. 63.
133. Richard Weiss, Ethnicity and Reform: Minorities and the Ambience of the Depression Years, The Journal of American History 66, no. 3 (1979): 56. rossRefGoogle Scholar. 138. Ronald Takaki, Double Victory: A Multicultural History of America in World War II (Boston: Little, Brown, 2000), . oogle Scholar.
500 "The original study, of which this is a revision, was performed persuant to a grant from the National Institute of Education, U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. 504 Bibliography: p. 140-165. 596 11 20 650 0 Minorities xEducation zCalifornia. A1039944 916 DATE CATALOGED b19910824.
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See IRVING G. HENDRICK, THE EDUCATION OF NON-WHITES INCALIFORNIA, 1849-1970, at 29 (1977). 8. Robert S. Chang, Toward an Asian American Legal Scholarship: Critical Race Theory, Post-Structuralism,and Narrative Space, 81 Cal. L. Rev 1241, 1294 (1993), 1 ASIAN . 9. In general, when one considers racism and discrimination, particularly during the late 1800s, issues between Black and White Americans are usually the one ones that come to mind, See Earl M. Maltz, The Federal Government and the Problem of Chinese Rights in the Era of the Fourteenth Amendment, 17 HARV.