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ERIC Number: ED015995
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 52
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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SCHOOL-COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, 1961-1964. FINAL REPORT.
PIVNICK, ISADORE
THE ROLE OF SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL-COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (SCIP) IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF VARIOUS PROGRAMS FOR DISADVANTAGED YOUTH IS DISCUSSED IN THIS REPORT. THE MAJOR FOCUS OF THE PROGRAM HAS BEEN ON IMPROVING COMMUNICATION SKILLS AT ALL GRADE LEVELS, BUT IT HAS ALSO BEEN CONCERNED WITH THE EMPLOYABILITY OR COLLEGE PLACEMENT OF DISADVANTAGED YOUTH. OTHER GOALS HAVE BEEN TO IMPROVE HUMAN RELATIONS AND INCREASE PARENT AND COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN THE SCHOOLS. SOME OF THE METHODS USED TO ACHIEVE THESE GOALS INCLUDE COMPENSATORY EDUCATION CLASSES THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL SYSTEM, INSERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION, IMPROVED USE OF EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, AND TECHNIQUES, ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE SERVICES, AND ENRICHMENT OPPORTUNITIES. MOST OF THE REPORT DESCRIBES SPECIFIC SCIP ACTIVITIES IN THE ELEMENTARY, JUNIOR, AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS, AND ONE PART DEALS WITH VOCATIONAL PREPARATION EFFORTS WHICH INVOLVE BUSINESS, INDUSTRY, AND PUBLIC AGENCIES AS WELL AS THE SCHOOLS. (NH)
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Authoring Institution: San Francisco Unified School District, CA.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; California (San Francisco)