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Progress Report on Ford Foundation Projects

Progress Report on the Bilingual School Project, a report from the Directors of the Ford Foundation to Dr. Joe Hall, Superintendent of Dade County Public Schools

Progress Report on the Bilingual School Project, a report from the Directors of the Ford Foundation to Dr. Joe Hall, Superintendent of Dade County Public Schools

Creator: 
Rojas, Pauline M.
Creator: 
Robinett, Ralph F.
Date created: 
1963-10-29
Language: 
English

The Bilingual School Sequence XIII - Primary Level

The Bilingual School Sequence XIII - Primary Level, a report by Paul W. Bell, Coordinator of Bilingual Education for Dade County Public Schools

The Bilingual School Sequence XIII - Primary Level, a report by Paul W. Bell, Coordinator of Bilingual Education for Dade County Public Schools

Creator: 
Bell, Paul W.
Date created: 
Undated
Language: 
English

Correspondence from J. L. Logan to W. W. Matthews

Correspondence from J. L. Logan, Principal of Coral Way Elementary School to W. W. Matthews, Central District Superintendent, outlining plans for bilingual school 1964-65 as agreed in conference at Central District Office on February 13, 1964

Correspondence from J. L. Logan, Principal of Coral Way Elementary School to W. W. Matthews, Central District Superintendent, outlining plans for bilingual school 1964-65 as agreed in conference at Central District Office on February 13, 1964

Creator: 
Logan, J. Lee
Date created: 
1964-02-14
Language: 
English

Correspondence to Coral Way Elementary School

Letters to Coral Way Elementary School from representatives of other institutions thanking the Coral Way administration for their hospitality

Letters to Coral Way Elementary School from representatives of other institutions thanking the Coral Way administration for their hospitality

Creator: 
Various
Date created: 
1964-1967
Language: 
English

Coral Way Bilingual Elementary School historical and official documents, working papers and correspondence

This collection contains digitized copies of historical documents, official documents, working papers and correspondence associated with the Coral Way Bilingual Elementary School. The collection includes daily schedules, letters to parents, conference presentations, curriculum workshops for teachers, faculty lists and many other documents that serve as a record of the daily workings of the school, the progress of the school through the early years.

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Coral Way Bilingual Elementary School: Photographs and Memorabilia

This collection contains photographs of pupils and teachers at Coral Way Bilingual Elementary School. Group and individual photographs. Individual Pupil Progress Reports (Shore); Album of teacher’s application for Teacher of the Year Award ( Pineiro); School Days memory book (Porto); and current photographs of Coral Way Bilingual Elementary School

Browse 103 items in this sub-collection

Coral Way Bilingual Elementary School Oral History Project

Coral Way Elementary School in Dade County, Florida, is considered to be the first public school bilingual bicultural education program for both English and Spanish speakers in the United States. It began as a way to accommodate the thousands of children of Cuban refugee families that streamed into southern Florida at the time of and just after the Castro’s Cuban revolution of 1959 and was subsidized by authorities.