The Effects of Socio-Economic Status and Race on Parental Attitudes toward Public Education in a Tri-Racial School District.

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130
Citation: 

Maynor, Gerald D.  “The Effects of Socio-Economic Status and Race on Parental Attitudes toward Public Education in a Tri-Racial School District.”  Diss.  Coral Gables, FL: U of Miami, 1974.

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Parents in the county district completed the “Your School” scale.  Maynor found that parents’ socioeconomic status had no bearing on responses.  Black parents were more positive toward educators and desegregated schools than were Indian or White parents.

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