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ERIC Number: ED018521
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Aug-15
Pages: 84
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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SUMMARY OF TITLE I, ESEA SERVICES.
DELAYO, LEONARD
THE COMPENSATORY EDUCATION ACTIVITIES FOR 55,507 DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS IN NEW MEXICO'S PUBLIC AND NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE LISTED IN THIS REPORT. OF NEW MEXICO'S 90 LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS, 69 REPORTED THAT THEIR DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS DEMONSTRATED A CLASSROOM READING PERFORMANCE WHICH WAS SIGNIFICANTLY BELOW GRADE LEVEL AND 60 REPORTED THAT MANY STUDENTS HAD A LOW LEVEL VERBAL ABILITY. THE MOST PREVALENT TYPES OF PROJECT INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES WERE READING PROGRAMS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION. GUIDANCE, COUNSELING, AND HEALTH SERVICES WERE THE MOST FREQUENT SERVICE PROGRAMS. IN ADDITION TO FUNDS RECEIVED FOR CHILDREN OF LOW-INCOME FAMILIES, TITLE I APPROPRIATIONS WERE RECEIVED FOR HANDICAPPED, INSTITUTIONALIZED DELINQUENT, AND MIGRANT CHILDREN. SINCE THE TITLE I TESTING PROGRAM WAS NOT COMPLETED AT THE TIME OF THIS REPORT, PROGRAM EVALUATION WAS BASED ON RATINGS BY PROFESSIONALS AND NONPROFESSIONALS IN THE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS. ARRANGED BY COUNTY AND SCHOOL DISTRICT, THE REPORT CONTAINS STATISTICAL DATA ON ALLOCATIONS OF FUNDS AND DETAILS OF PROGRAM EXPENDITURES. A SUMMARY OF A SUMMER PROJECT FOR CHILDREN OF MIGRANT WORKERS IS ALSO INCLUDED. (LB)
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Authoring Institution: New Mexico State Dept. of Education, Santa Fe.
Identifiers: Elementary Secondary Education Act Title I; NEW MEXICO