Collection ASU0196 - The professional preparation and placement of Cuban refugee teachers [faculty publication]

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The professional preparation and placement of Cuban refugee teachers [faculty publication]

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  • 1964 (Creation)

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Founded in 1925, the University of Miami is a private research university with more than 15,000 students from around the world. It comprises 12 schools and colleges serving undergraduate and graduate students in more than 180 majors and programs.

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Herbert W. Wey was the Associate Dean, School of Education, and John F. Newport was an Administrative Assistant of the University of Miami.

The University of Miami's School of Education started a Cuban refugee teacher training program in 1963.  It was funded by the U.S. Office of Education to prepare Cuban refugee techers to work in Dade county Schools, where large numbers of children of Cuban parents were enrolled.

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The 27-page report "The professional preparation and placement of Cuban refugee teachers" was written by Herbert W. Wey and John F. Newport and published by the University of Miami in 1964.  It was published under a grant from the United States Office of Education.

During the spring and summer of 1963, a pilot project for the professional preparation and placement of Cuban refugee teachers was conducted at the University of Miami.  It enabled thirty-two of the thirty-four Cuban refugees who were in the program to be employed as regular teachers in the Dade County (Miami, Florida) schools.

The University Archives holds two copies of the report.

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  • English

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