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Parent participation: Practical policy or another panacea?

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Warner Bloomberg, Jr. is chairman of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Department of Urban Affairs and a professor in the Center for Community Leadership Development of the university extension. In the past, he has been active in precinct-level politics and, more recently, has conducted training sessions for action organizations for residents of poverty areas in Milwaukee. He is co-editor of, and contributor to, a forthcoming volume, Power, Poverty and Urban Politics,to be published by Sage Publications Inc.

John Kincaid is a graduate student in the Department of Urban Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. While an undergraduate at Temple University he was a staff leader of one of the “Block schools” in Philadelphia, and he has worked as an organizer for several community groups in that city and in Detroit.

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Bloomberg, W., Kincaid, J. Parent participation: Practical policy or another panacea?. Urban Rev 2, 5–11 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02223246

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