The Richmond School Board And The Desegregation Of Richmond Public Schools, 1954 To 1971

Mildred Bruce
The completion of the requirements for the Doctor of Education signals the achievement of a goal I have long sought. To those persons who have helped through their cooperation, support and encouragement, I wish to express tny gratitude. A special word of appreciation goes to the members of the committee, Dr. Garland and Dr, Yankovich, for taking time out of their busy schedules to provide me with guidance in the completion of this project. To Dr. Losito goes my appreciation, not only for his
more » ... dance, but for his patience and understanding also. To the members of the staff of Stuart Elementary School goes my heartfelt thanks for their confidence, their support, and their willingness to share with me their thoughts and feelings about this period of history. To Dr. Delores Greene goes ray gratitude for her understanding and indulgence and to Dr. Dale Kalkofen, my thanks for keeping me going. Finally, to all of the friends and colleagues who offered encouragement goes my deepest gratitude.
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