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ERIC Number: ED025005
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Oct-9
Pages: 18
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Organization for Educational Problem Solving.
Briner, Conrad
For education to be maximally effective at the local level, longrange planning must be developed at the State level and a constructive exchange of information concerning educational problems must be operating throughout all levels of a State edu"ational system. Administration of education at the State level must be organized to insure that seven major functions are effectively carried out: (1) Sensing emerging needs for educational development in the State and for related changes in the State's educational system, (2) assigning priorities and allocating resources, (3) designing new educational programs and services, (4) evaluating both new and established educational programs and services, (5) disseminating information regarding new programs, (6) encouraging and supporting the adoption of new and approved instructional programs and services, and (7) assuring the quality of educational offerings in accordance with legislative mandates and State board regulations. A new organic system for State-level administration is described, incorporating an administrative axis and a major program axis. A related document is ED 018 845. (JK)
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Note: Paper presented to the National Association of State Boards of Education (Salt Lake City, Utah, October 9, 1968).