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ERIC Number: ED025044
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Nov
Pages: 32
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Design for an Education System Cost-Effectiveness Model.
Abt, Clark C.
An elementary and secondary education cost-effectiveness model is designed, emphasizing evaluation of ESEA's Title I programs for the disadvantaged. Focusing heavily on student achievement, the model presents a means for evaluating by computer simulation the relative school, student, and community effects and associated costs of alternative Title I programs. The model contains four elements tracing the chronological effects of Title I programs on the students and based on the needs of the computer. The four elements of the model and their submodels are as follows: Input (cost), immediate Title I effects (instructional process), longer-range effects (school flows, dropout and truancy calculation, course of study selection, and community effects), and output (effectiveness outputs). (HW)
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