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1966
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Page 695 - Georgia 12. Hawaii 13. Idaho 14. Illinois 15. Indiana 16. Iowa 17. Kansas 18. Kentucky 19. Louisiana 20. Maine 21. Maryland 22. Massachusetts 23. Michigan 24. Minnesota 25. Mississippi 26. Missouri 27. Montana 28. Nebraska 29. Nevada 30. New Hampshire 31. New Jersey 32. New Mexico 33. New York 34. North Carolina 35. North Dakota 36. Ohio 37. Oklahoma 38.
Page 23 - The responses of pupils to questions in the survey show that minority pupils, except for Orientals, have far less conviction than whites that they can affect their own environments and futures.
Page 315 - That schools bring little-^ influence to bear on a child's achievement that is independent of his background and general social context...
Page 20 - What they measure are the skills which are among the most important in our society for getting a good job and moving up to a better one, and for full participation in an increasingly technical world.
Page 39 - Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota...
Page 22 - To put it another way, the achievement of minority pupils depends more on the schools they attend than does the achievement of majority pupils.
Page 633 - Manager— such as sales manager, store manager, office manager, factory supervisor, etc. Proprietor or owner— such as owner of a small business, wholesaler, retailer, contractor, restaurant owner, etc.
Page 21 - Thus, by this measure, the deficiency in achievement is progressively greater for the minority pupils at progressively higher grade levels. For most minority groups, then, and most particularly the Negro, schools provide little opportunity for them to overcome this initial deficiency; in fact they fall farther behind the white majority in the development of several skills which are critical to making a living and participating fully in modern society.
Page 546 - The standard error is primarily a measure of sampling variability, that is, of the variations that occur by chance because a sample rather than the whole of the population is surveyed.

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