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Low-Income Pupils To Get Summer Help

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he Ann Arbor Board oi Education last night approved the 1971 Tïtle I federal grant program and appointed Dr. Barbara Inwood as director. Dr. Inwood was pre-school coördinator of compensatory education of Title I for last year. This summer's project will consist largely of a pre-l school and kindergarten follow-up and the program itself will consist of activities which build language and reading skills. The program will serve some 240 students in the school district from attendance areas which contain the highest concentration of chiliren from low-income families such as Mack, Jones, Northside, Clinton, Bach and Mitchell. This summer Title I will focus on children who have been in kindergarten, first and second grades. Parochial schools will be asked to nomínate children for the program. Each child will progress in his use of the oral language of his speech community and they will also be taught to inerease in ability to use f altérnate staSrcEcTñS t Standard English expressions . m instancés in which the language of his speech community is non-standard. There wili be a variety of field trips and consultants ; will be brought into "enrich his environment and stimu; late interest in learning." The project will be located at Wmes School in order to I be close to Forsythe, which is the location of the Innovative Summer School in the Black Experience. It is planned to have some cooperative 1 exchange with that group "'giliOMiiiim.-r session.