ERIC Number: ED255053
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984-Aug
Reference Count: 0
Descriptive Analysis of Title VII-Funded State Education Agency Activities. Volume II: Nine Case Studies.
Nava, Hector; And Others
Results of a national study of the use of funds provided by the 1974 amendments to Title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act by the state education agencies (SEAs) are presented. The study was undertaken to (1) describe and analyze SEA policies and activities regarding bilingual education, (2) describe and analyze the SEA-level management structure for the coordination of technical assistance, and (3) provide information on technical management and assistance activities the Department of Education may use to help SEA grantees assist local schools in building their capacity to provide bilingual education services to language minority students. The study involved a literature review, analysis of Title VII grant applications submitted by SEAs, and case studies of the implementation of Title VII grants in nine states. This volume presents the nine state case studies for Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, New York, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin. An introductory section also compares the nine states' funding and key legislative requirements with regard to bilingual education. (MSE)
Descriptors: Agency Role, Bilingual Education, Budgeting, Case Studies, Certification, Coordination, Curriculum Development, Data Collection, Educational Quality, Federal Aid, Federal Programs, Information Dissemination, Material Development, National Surveys, Program Administration, Resource Allocation, State Boards of Education, Teacher Education
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Department of Education, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: SRA Technologies, Inc., Arlington, VA.; National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education, Rosslyn, VA.
Identifiers: Arizona; Connecticut; Elementary Secondary Education Act Title VII; Florida; Kansas; Louisiana; New York; Virginia; Washington; Wisconsin
Note: For volume I of this study, see FL 014 936. For the Executive Summary, see FL 014 938.