Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
William G. Gaskell
Charles Harrison Blake
Charles William Sears
The four purposes of this study are: (1) to gain a better understanding of the characteristics, problems, and attitudes of the culturally deprived youth in our society; (2) to determine how Seattle, by better understanding these characteristics, problems, and attitudes, might meet the educational needs of the culturally deprived child; (3) to explore what other large cities in the United States have done in meeting the educational needs of the culturally deprived child; and (4) to describe how Seattle has used the experiences of other large cities in helping it to formulate its educational program for the culturally deprived child.
Ward, David V., "How Can Seattle Better Meet the Educational Needs of the Culturally Deprived Child" (1964). Graduate Student Research Papers. 247.
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