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Summer School Proposal Made For Blacks

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'L"-- j.i n '-""'"ij-v Apartiáí program proposal for a $30,000 Innovative Summer School in "The Black Experience" was presented last night to the Ann Arbor Board of Education. The Innovative Summer School was one of the proposals contained in the "Humaneness in Education" report oi Dr. Robert Potts, human relations ombusdman for the Ann Arbor Public Schools. Áccording to the proposal, the program would run for six weeks, beginning June 14. It would service a maximum of 210 students in grades four through eight, plus 30 high school students on a workstudv program. The high school students would be paid for their services. An earlier proposal to include pre-school children and youngsters in grades kindergarten through three has been scrapped. The program is ekpected to be held at Forsythe Junior High. There will be no cost to me i students. I The sessions will be in I gress from 9 a.m. until noon, Mondays through Fridays. The program would include i(depending on the age of the students) the learning of reading, writing and speaking Iskills; classes in black hisItory current events related Ito blacks, contemporary black Imovements and activities; inItroduction to science and enIgineering, and creative culItural expression - including I dance, music, drama, literaI tur?, and plastic arts.