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Hello professor : a black principal and professional leadership in the segregated south

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, p.293 (2009)

Call Number:

Cubb LA2317 .B795 S57 2009

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8222686

Keywords:

African American school principals--Georgia--Gainesville--Biography, African American students--Georgia--Gainesville--Social conditions, Byas, Discrimination in education--Georgia--Gainesville, Gainesville (Ga.)--History--20th century, Gainesville (Ga.)--Race relations, Gainesville (Ga.)--Social conditions, Public schools--Georgia--Gainesville, Racism in education--Georgia--Gainesville, Segregation in education--Georgia--Gainesville, Ulysses

Abstract:

Contents: Playing Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde -- From high school dropout to classroom teacher -- In spite of this old devil segregation -- In Georgia, where i am free to express myself -- Whatever is in the best interests of kids -- Not without partnering with the community.