CAM Academy: An Educational Journey
Israel, Edith J.
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This thesis serves by commencing with the facts of life in an urban black ghetto, the history of learning in the home and the street, and the patterns of thought and language to portray how and why we as a teaching community at CAM Academy evolved to the decision to revamp the mold of the school. We began with structures but were very free to move away and around from these structures. I began with facts for they support the OAK Academy philosophy; that flexible philosophy only becomes meaningful through its implementation and response in the real situation. I narrowed the experimental core to the English program and classroom. I end with linguistic philosophy which re-enforces and explains the fealty of the facts. This is the cycle of my thesis, a minute verbal aspect of the entire "educational journey."