Describes the Neighborhood Study Help Program, which was directed toward improving the academic performance of disadvantaged children in St. Joseph County. The program was initially coordinated between Notre Dame and the local chapter of the NAACP. This work describes the program in January 1968, listing the program's objectives, methods, and prior performance. Includes budget, by school student counts, by source tutor counts, and contact information for student centers.
Civil Rights and African American History
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African Americans--Education--Indiana--South Bend
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