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ERIC Number: ED019349
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Apr
Pages: 52
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Reference Count: 0
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EDUCATING THE DISADVANTAGED CHILD IN CLALLAM AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES, A REVIEW AND EVALUATION OF THE PROGRAMS ESTABLISHED IN NINE SCHOOL DISTRICTS....
SIMPSON, JOHN W.
THIS REPORT REVIEWS AND EVALUATES THE COMPENSATORY EDUCATION PROGRAMS ESTABLISHED IN TWO WASHINGTON COUNTIES. SECTIONS OF THE REPORT DESCRIBE THE COMMUNITY ACTION COUNCIL'S ROLE IN TITLE I, THE INTENT OF TITLE I, AND THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN WHO CONSTITUTE THE TITLE I TARGET POPULATION. STATISTICAL DATA ARE PROVIDED ON STUDENT ENROLLMENT AND PROGRAM COSTS. IN ADDITION TO GENERAL COMMENTS, SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS ARE DIRECTED AT THE SCHOOL DISTRICTS PARTICIPATING IN TITLE I. DURING THE 1966-67 SCHOOL YEAR, 1,268 STUDENTS AT ALL GRADE LEVELS PARTICIPATED IN TITLE I PROJECTS, WHICH HAD A BUDGET OF $156,771. IN SOME SCHOOL DISTRICTS AMERICAN INDIANS FORMED UP TO ONE-HALF OF THE STUDENT POPULATION. AN APPENDED REPORT DISCUSSES PROBLEMS IN EDUCATING THE AMERICAN INDIAN. (DK)
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Authoring Institution: Clallam-Jefferson County Community Action Council, Port Angeles, WA.
Identifiers: Elementary Secondary Education Act Title I; WASHINGTON; Washington (Clallam County)