Requests sent to the Director of Elementary Education South Central District to transfer several students to Silver Bluff Elementary School because their parents do not wish them to further participate in the bilingual program at Coral Way, for school years 1965/66 and 1966/67
Coral Way: a Bilingual School, a speech by J.L. Logan, principal of Coral Way. Key points include: Why the bilingual school, organization, community problems, personnel, materials, and pupil progress
Daily schedules for grades 1-6 (1964-1967) - Coral Way Bilingual School
Sample daily schedules for first, second and third grades - Coral Way Bilingual School
Progress report dated May 16, 1963 on several aspects of the Coral Way bilingual school which have received attention to date, including organization, enrollment, curriculum, schedules, correspondance and map of the school.
Program for Coral Way Bilingual K-8 Center International Spanish Academies Seminar, Nov.6-9, 2005 gives an overview of the Coral Way Bilingual K-8 Center and schedule of classes.
Memorandum to Lois Taylor, Director of Elementary Education Central District from J. L. Logan, Principal of Coral Way Elementary School, regarding the assignment of Mrs. Stepkin's 2nd grade class 1964-65, May 18, 1964
A Study Of Certain Aspects Of The Achievement Of Coral Way Elementary Pupils In The Bilingual Program, an Ed. D. project proposal submitted to the Graduate Studies Committee, School of Education, University of Miami by Mabel Wilson Richardson, May 14, 1964
Time distribution for grades one, two and three, vernacular and second language broken down into minutes
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