The Angel Inside Went Sour

The Angel Inside Went Sour

eBook - 1972
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"The author describes her experiences as principal of the Livingston School for Girls (New York City) which was created for delinquent adolescents suspended from regular schools. Using specific incidents and personal interpretations, the author discusses the policy and objectives of the school through descriptions of the girls themselves, curriculum planning, the work study program, methods of orientation, discipline concerns, and urgent recommendations for future needs. The therapeutic approach of Dr. Rothman and her staff is indicated throughout the narrative as composed of concern for the self esteem, personal adjustment, and individual responsibility for the disadvantaged teen-age girls."-- ERIC review ED046145.
Publisher: New York, Bantam Books [1972, c1970]
Characteristics: 294 p. 18 cm


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