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Title supplied by cataloger. Newspaper article described how U.S. Grant High School grouped students according to their career goals rather than their IQ scores. Instead of offering honors or gifted classes the school had three tracks, regular program for students who planned to get a job or go to a trade school right after graduation; academic program for students who planned to attend college and basic program for those who needed a more remedial track. Berkowitz called it "democratically" because any student could take the academic program no matter their IQ. Photograph caption dated April 17, 1961 reads, "Student Pat Riback, 16, Decides Future -- Counselor H.A. Berkowitz helps 'democratically.' "
1 photographic print :b&w ; 26 x 21 cm. Photographic prints
Ulysses S. Grant High School (Van Nuys, Los Angeles, Calif.) Educational counseling--California--Los Angeles Student counselors--California--Los Angeles High schools--California--Los Angeles Schools--California--Van Nuys (Los Angeles) Van Nuys (Los Angeles, Calif.) Valley Times Collection photographs