John E. Bennett
Florida Atlantic University
Abstract: The effects of integration in two large elementary schools are reported. In the first year blacks showed severe drops in reading and mathematics. Whites showed less overall decline. The subsequent year scores for both black and white pupils showed a rebound. Integration appeared to be more disruptive to blacks than to the whites.
Citation: Bennett, J. E. (1974). The effects of integration on achievement in a large elementary school. Florida Journal of Educational Research, 16(1), 12-15.
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