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Thu Feb 12 22:08:04 2015 UTClccn-n20051728990.00Proposed program for the Boston public schools : the Boston plan0.551.00The Boston blueprint for equal educational opportunity28948271n 2005172899lccn-nr94016358Boston (Mass.).Superintendent of Public Schoolslccn-n50047086Boston (Mass.).School Committeelccn-n79034890MassachusettsMetropolitan District Commissionlccn-n2005172898Batson, Ruthlccn-n78095778United States Commission on Civil Rightslccn-n2005172854Winter, Edward J.1912-lccn-no99044419DiGrazia, Robert J.lccn-n79088899MassachusettsBoard of Educationlccn-n80049704National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peoplelccn-n2005172751Boston (Mass.).School CommitteeSecretaryOhrenberger, William H.Segregation in educationPublic schoolsMassachusetts--BostonAfrican Americans--EducationDiscrimination in educationMorgan, TallulahPolitical scienceSegregationMassachusetts.--Board of EducationRace relationsBoston Municipal Research BureauMassachusetts.--Metropolitan District CommissionSchool children--TransportationEducation, BilingualDiGrazia, Robert JOhrenberger, William HUnited States.--Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.--Office for Civil RightsBusing for school integrationCivil Rights Act of 1964 (United States)Special educationNational Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleSchool integrationHicks, Louise Day,United States.--Attorney-GeneralBatson, RuthRace discriminationPottinger, HenryBoston (Mass.).--Police Department1963196519661970766LB3062ocn770634136ocn831433103ocn77063413821ocn043506605book19650.92Boston (Mass.)A statement of policy and recommendations on the subject of racial imbalance and education in Boston public schools11ocn051689892book19661.00Boston (Mass.)The Boston blueprint for equal educational opportunity11ocn770634138book1970Ohrenberger, William HCurriculum guide : Social science : Primary11ocn770634136book1970Ohrenberger, William HCurriculum guide : Social science : Elementary11ocn831433103book1963Ohrenberger, William HProposed program for the Boston public schools : the Boston plan11ocn154690009mix1.00Boston (Mass.)School Committee Secretary's desegregation files--Boston Public SchoolsTrials, litigation, etcRecords and correspondenceLetters from both Robert J. DiGrazia, the Boston Police Commissioner and John W. Sears, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Metropolitan District Commission (both 1975) state that the officers will remain posted in the Boston Public Schools until the climate has settled and students are safe. Letters to and from Ruth Batson of the NAACP document the initial dialogue between the NAACP and the School Committee, as the group attenpted to resolve the issue of racial imbalance in the schools. Also of interest is a special report (1975 July) by the Boston Municipal Research Bureau on the costs of desegregation in the Boston Public SchoolsFri Feb 13 10:44:10 EST 2015batch5375