Creating Caring and Nurturing Educational Environments for African American Children

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Index
Action plans, 195
African American faculty, perceptions of: academic programs, 161; changes in roles and relationships, 159; helps and hindrances at Trenholm and Deshler, 166-68; parental and community involvement, 164-65; school supplies, equipment and physical plant, 161-64; student involvement in extra curricular activities, 163-64
African American students, perceptions of: evaluation of selected issues, 156-57; major problems faced by African students at Deshler, 157; about Deshler Faculty, 157-58; positives aspects of program at Deshler, 158; Trenholm activities discontinued at Deshler, 158
Alabama punting syndrome," 119-21, 151
Allen, Turner, 135, 140
American Teachers Association, 17
Arehart, Chester M., 135-36
Band, 76-77
Barton, Pleas, 6, 20
Basketball, 73-74
Bell, George S., 27-28
Bond, Horace Mann, 5
Boy scouts, 82
Brantley, George Dennis, 22
Breeding, W. T., 20-21
Brown, Ellen. See Trenholm, Ellen Brown
Brown, Leroy, 121
Brown, Pat, 6, 7, 97
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka Kansas, 13, 28, 121
Buckingham, Rubie Leslie (selected favorite teacher), 52
Businesses, owned by Africn Americans: The American Star Newspaper ( G. W. Trenholm ), 103-4; The Colbert County Colored Fair Association, 107; Dr. A. W. Davis, Physician and Surgeon Office, and Peoples Drug Store (Dr. A. W. Davis), 104-5; Negro Business League, 107; Other Businessmen, 105
Caring, 48-50, 182-86, 193, 194

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