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study of four library programs for disadvantaged persons

New York State Library. Division of Library Development.

study of four library programs for disadvantaged persons

for the Division of Library Development, the New York State Library, State Education Department, University of the State of New York

by New York State Library. Division of Library Development.

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Published by Bank Street College of Education in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Socially handicapped children.,
  • Libraries and readers.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementconducted by Charlotte B. Winsor, Director [and] Lodema Burrows, Associate.
    ContributionsNew York State Library., University of the State of New York., Bank Street College of Education.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. in 3.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14809055M

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Study of projects in the Brooklyn Public Library, New York Public Library, and Queens Borough Public Library. Vol. 2, in 2 pts., contains the original material gathered by the field staff.

Description: 2 volumes in 3 ; 28 cm: Contents: [Pt. A study of four library programs for disadvantaged persons --[Pt. 2-A]. Appendices A.

Brooklyn Public. This document contains observations by library staff and interviews with members of the communities served about the Brooklyn Public Library preschool Project and the Queens Borough Public Library Operation Head Start. These two projects offer storybook and picture-book programs for preschool disadvantaged children and programs for their : Charlotte B.

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department of health, education & welfare office of education 1 this document has been reproduced exactly as received from the person or organization originating it. A STUDY OF FOUR LIBRARY PROGRAMS FOR DISADVANTAGED PERSONS.

PART II APPENDICES k BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESCHOOL PROJECT, QUEENS BOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY OPERATION HEAD START. Bank Street Coll.

of Education, New York, N.Y. Spons Agency- New York State Library, Albany. Pub Date Jul 67 Note- I I lp.; This document is Part IL. A STUDY OF FOUR LIBRARY PROGRAMS FOR DISADVANTAGED PERSONS.

PART II, APPENDICES B: BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMUNITY COORDINATOR PROJECT, THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY NORTH MANHATTAN PROJECT. Bank Street Coil. of Education, New York, N.Y. Spons Agency-New York State Library, Albany.

Pub Date Jul Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Disadvantaged Youth, Economically Disadvantaged, Educationally Disadvantaged A Study of Four Library Programs for Disadvantaged Persons.

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