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Seminar on Education and Race Relations for Superintendents of Schools, 1965

Seminar on Education and Race Relations for Superintendents of Schools, 1965

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SEMINAR ON EDUCATION AND RACE RELATIONS FOR SUPERINTENDENTs OF SCHOOLS

CAST STUDY OF SCHOOL

DISIRICT INTEGRATION

EXPER IENCE ''

Mark

R. Shedd, Superintendent of
Englewood
New JerseY

Schools

0ctober 11-14, L964

lnchiota Conference Cenler

Sterling
Tuxedo,

ForesL

Neul York

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SEMINAR ON EDUCATION AND RACE RELATIONS FOR SUPERINTENDENTs OF SCHOOLS

CAST STUDY OF SCHOOL

DISIRICT INTEGRATION

EXPER IENCE ''

Mark

R. Shedd, Superintendent of
Englewood
New JerseY

Schools

0ctober 11-14, L964

lnchiota Conference Cenler

Sterling
Tuxedo,

ForesL

Neul York

u\Wqu[Nq\uuu\INu
E${GLEWSON LIilFARY 31 Ef{SLE ETREFT ENGI-EWOOD, N.J.07631

1.

fhe Ccmr,runitv Seiiino
Ing1e[!cod '' s a mature, residen:iai,

su:-j::an cc;Tirnity on :he inner ring

oi the I'leu York reiic

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RACE
RELATIONS
OF
SCHOOLS
STMINARONEDUCATION
AND
FOR
SUPERINTENDENTs
iln
CAST
STUDY
OF
SCHOOL
DISIRICT
INTTGRATION
EXPER
IENCE
''
Mark
R.
Shedd,Superint,endent
of
Schools
Engleuloodr
New
JerseY
0ctober
11-14,
L964
lnchiota
Conference
Cenler
Sterling
ForesL
Tuxedo,
Neul
York
u\Wqu[Nq\uuu\INu
E${GLEWSON
LIilFARY
31
Ef{SLE
ETREFT
ENGI-EWOOD,
N.J.07631
 
1.
fhe
Ccmr,runitv
Seiiino
Ing1e[!cod
''
sa
mature,
residen:iai,su:-j::ancc;Tirnity
on
:heinner
ring
oi the
I'leu
York
reiicpolitanreeion.
-',-s
pop.riation
_crsuth
raier:hough
slouec
than
the ieslo":=rgen
Countlz,
isiasier
than
rhatoi
iVeru
ie:s=v.Iis
heter-
ooeneous
tr3ouiatron
(Zlr00C)-originaling
urith
descendants
oiea:iv
Duich
set-
tJ-e:s,
:eaj-tny
rl'ieu:
Ycrk
commulers,
and
riddleic
lou.rl-ncorne
rijec:c
ianili=srfe-fl:=c:sihe bigcit;'inmicrocosn.-n
informaf
leligious
census
si-1urs
app:oxi-
:ateiy
5D/.
Protestant(fraff
lrjeEro,
taJ-i-
white),
25%Jeuish,
251
icranCaihclic.its
publ:-c
finances
are
sounC
anC
the:rateriai
iesources
exist',o
-='-:ppoi'"
oro-
grams
desiqned
tc
stem
the deteriorar'!::'rto,uhrchthe
communitv:-s
subjec:
by
3g€r
locaticn,
and
externalsocial
anc'
=:oncnrc
folces.
The
Schools
The
public
schcol
plantof
Ingi=u:ocj
ccnsistsofl four
K-5ei=:rentaly
schools,
a
city-u.rioe
s:-:<ih
grade
scri::t(icrre:junior
high
)
,a
ssc-ndary
:-cnooI
3anDUs
(junicrhl;rirs€nior highr'ani=:citcrr-r),
cne
sbadiunr
anis:ort,s
fre1d,
and
an
abanioned
erenentary school
b-
j.-:i-ng
aCjacent,
tothesixch :iace
schcoJ-,
pluscertain
undeveioped
Droirerties.ire
prcgian
cil'erinqs,lrci::e the
reguJ-ar
duy
schocl
cons-t-stini
cfl a
t,uc
'/ear::e-schoci
tricgram
(q
and
:!,:3tolds),
grades
L-L2
rs€rving
apptoximaiely
i.:llstuc=nts.
and
active
sirr'tner
and Adult
Schcol
prograrns.
anrc.L-l-nent,s
ui11
ienarn
flaiili,
conslant
in :ne
f
lieseeable
futurebarrino
ciranqe
in thepresenii=sfCeniiai
nature
cf the
c3ilrnunily.
Financiai-
:ssources
(ecualizec'-ai-'aticnp3rcupil='r52.35?.:l*)
are
adequateand
supoortj.s
maintained
ar aiairi;,hi';hlevel(curlent
3xpense
cost,
:erlupil=
:.r23.55*).
l
t
bJ+
19c!-62
 
2
ProFessional
staff
members
per
1,000ueighted
pupils
total
55.5x
and
includenine
full-time
principals
and
assistant
principalsr
?r.r
assistant
super-
ini,endenc,
director
ofinstruciion,
=ight
ouidance
counselors,
three
psychologists,
one
school
social
lJorKer,
one
attendance
officer,four
reading
consuLtanis,
sixlibrarians
and
a
nunDer
oi
special
teachers
and
supervisors.
Effortis
being
made
to
update
instructional
supplies,
textbooks
and
otherlearning
aids,
and
there
is
a
iairly
substantial
investmenteach
year
to
provide
the
professional
staff
uirh
consuitant
services,
visitsto
other
schools,
conf
erences,
local
in-serv
j.:e
courses,
and
summerruorkshops.
Center
of
ControversJ
During
thepasttuo
artd
one-ha:i
years
lngleuclocJ
has
been
acenter
of
controversy
over thehiqhconcentra.:rnof
t.!egro
childrenin the
Lilrcoln
Schoo1.
Demonstr:ations
,ralI:-es,
sch,-rol
boycotts,sit-ins,
f
ormation
of
citizenscommitteesaLl of
uhich
ue:e generously
reported
in thepressr
tocjio"and
television
have
subjectsd
the
c:,rmunity
to
severe
agoni.es.Iiflorts
by
the
Board
of
f
ducation
iodeal const:':ctivelytuiththe
problem
of
de-factosegreqation
in the
el-ementa::rr
schcolsuere
tnurarted
by
litigation
and
political
pressures
untilrecently.
FolLouring
a
rul
ing
and
direct
ivgof
t,he
State
Iducat
ion
Commissioner
,
theBoard
ruas
final-lyable to
secure
the
:ecessaryfinances
to
implemenl
a
plantirhich
alieviatesthe
problem
u,ithout
sacrificingother
educational
vaLues.
lentraltothesoluiionisacity-tuidesixth
grade
schooL
located in
fhe
'-lnerjuniorhiqh
schooL
at
11
Eng1e
Sireet
and
the
assignment
ofl
LincoLn
SchccI
students
in
grades
one
t,hrough
:j.veto three
schools
uit,h
predominant,ly
ncn-ijegro
enro.Llment.
For
the
f
irst time
s.inceJune
1951peace
has been
restored.
Cur
aitentionis
nou
devoted
tccreatinga
schooLprogram
second
to
none.
I
,
'
I
I
t
I

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