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ERIC Number: ED001499
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 29
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GUIDE TO ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF MIGRANT EDUCATION PROGRAMS.
PETRIE, RONALD G.; AND OTHERS
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN OF MIGRANT WORKERS SHOULD BRING CHILDREN WITHIN THE INFLUENCE OF WELL-TRAINED TEACHERS. THE CHILDREN SHOULD BE TAUGHT IN SMALL GROUPS TO BROADEN CULTURAL EXPERIENCES AND TO DEVELOP BASIC SKILLS. PROGRAM SUPERVISION AND ADMINISTRATION SHOULD BE A STATE RESPONSIBILITY. THE STATE OFFICIAL SHOULD BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING WHERE AND WHEN PROGRAMS ARE TO BE INITIATED FOR DEVELOPING STANDARD PROCEDURES FOR LOCAL SYSTEMS, FOR ORGANIZING INSERVICE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, AND FOR PROVIDING NEEDED MATERIAL AND PERSONNEL RESOURCES. INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS SHOULD BE ORGANIZED IN BASIC SKILLS AND SUBJECT AREA UNITS WHICH COULD BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE TO SIX WEEKS. IN ADDITION TO THE BASIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM, CITIZENSHIP, COURTESY, SELF-RESPECT, AND RESPECT FOR OTHERS SHOULD BE TAUGHT. A CONTINUOUS RECORD OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND HEALTH SHOULD BE KEPT. OTHER AREAS OF INSTRUCTION SHOULD INCLUDE--PHYSICAL EDUCATION, APPLIED ARTS, ARTS AND CRAFTS, MUSIC AND HEALTH. VARIOUS SERVICES INCLUDING AN EXTENSIVE MEDICAL PROGRAM SHOULD BE PROVIDED BY THE STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS. A LISTING OF SOURCES TO BE CONTACTED FOR HELP WITH MIGRANT NEEDS IS INCLUDED.
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Authoring Institution: Colorado State Dept. of Education, Denver.
Identifiers: COLORADO; Colorado (Denver)