ERIC Number: ED208095
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980-Jul
Reference Count: 0
Collaborative Programs in Urban Schools: Case Studies.
National Urban Coalition, Washington, DC.
Presented here are four case studies of urban collaborative educational programs: (1) the Dallas Independent School District - Magnet Arts High School; (2) the Los Angeles Unified School District Regional Occupational Centers Program/Skilled Training Education Program; (3) the Detroit Public Schools - Community High School; and (4) Philadephia's Parkway Program. Collaborative programs are defined as involving one or more of the following non-school agencies: business, industry, labor, institutions of higher education, community groups, local government, and service agencies. Each case study attempts to examine the costs associated with projects, determine the impact of collaborative programs on students in both academic and occupational domains, and describe the educational processes and characteristics necessary for success. Case studies also identify those school and business practices which best facilitate student transition from school to the labor market. The organizational structure and operational technique of each program are discussed and effective curricular models and positive student and community outcomes are highlighted. (Author/APM)
Descriptors: Career Education, College School Cooperation, Community Services, Cooperative Education, Cooperative Programs, Education Work Relationship, Labor Education, Local Government, Program Effectiveness, Program Evaluation, School Business Relationship, Secondary Education, Urban Schools, Work Experience Programs
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: National Inst. of Education (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: National Urban Coalition, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: Dallas Independent School District TX; Detroit Public Schools MI; Los Angeles Unified School District CA; Philadelphia School District PA
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