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Part IIOne Community Accepts Integration
Part IIIDeveloping Principles and Techniques
achievement action affiliated with U.P.A. anxiety area meeting assistant superintendent attended Bedford-Stuyvesant Board of Education budget cation central cern chairmen channels chil city-wide classrooms Commission on Integration concerned concrete goal curriculum Delegate Assembly develop discussion district double session experience explore feelings felt Glendale group of parents initial Integration Commission involved issue of integration junior high schools leadership Manhattan middle class Negro and Puerto Negro areas Negro children Negro parents Negro school organization organizational parent education parent groups parent leaders Parent-Teacher Association parents and school participation police captain predominantly Negro president principal private schools problems procedure receiving school relieve overcrowding rience school administration school integration school personnel school population segregated situations of imminent situations of tension sixth grades steps Superintendent of Schools Supreme Court decision Teacher Assignment techniques third grade tion United Parents Associations white and Negro white parents York City Zoning Unit