Selected Readings from CHIME in Conjunction with the Good Common School Project, 1991-92.Report as inadecuate




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These five issues of selected readings for 1991-92 present annotated bibliographies of resources available from CHIME (Clearinghouse for Immigrant Education). CHIME facilitates public access to literature, research, teaching materials, and human resources to promote the effective education of immigrant students. The title topics of the issues are: (1) immigrant parent participation in schools; (2) Haitian students in U.S. public schools; (3) multicultural education; (4) addressing racism and violence in schools; and (5) effective support services for immigrant students. More specific topics within the issues include language minority parents, Southeast Asian refugee parents, limited-English-proficient students, home-school partnerships, Korean American students, Haitian culture, racial and ethnic diversity, racial conflict, school violence, gangs, conflict resolution, posttraumatic stress disorder, mental health needs of refugee children, and school counseling. Entries include journal articles, bilingual parent guides, program descriptions, teaching guides, conference papers, instructional materials, bibliographies, and research reports. Document availability is indicated at the end of each summary; many items are available through CHIME for a nominal fee. Includes CHIME order form and ordering information. (KS)

Descriptors: Educational Change, Elementary Secondary Education, Family School Relationship, Haitians, Immigrants, Limited English Speaking, Mental Health, Minority Groups, Multicultural Education, Parent Participation, Racial Bias, Racial Relations, Refugees, School Counseling, Social Services, Violence

National Coalition of Advocates for Students/CHIME, 100 Boylston St., #737, Boston, MA 02116 (free).









Author: Coburn, Cynthia, Comp.; And Others

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=12520&id=ED382419







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