ERIC Number: ED039096
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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A Situational Model for Reading and Other Classroom-Support Personnel.
Brigham, Bruce W.
The position taken here is that much greater stress needs to be put upon improving instruction through improving the amount and nature of the staff and the time resources available to the classroom teacher. The proposed minimum supportive-services staffing for a model educational unit would include six special services leaders (coordinators); six special services consultants at each organization level (total=18); 12 elementary, eight middle school, and six secondary reading/English specialists; 16 librarians and guidance counselors; plus 16 sets of aides. Two suggested applications of the model are offered. Four brief reactions to the paper are included. (Author/NH)
Descriptors: Ancillary School Services, Guidance Personnel, Librarians, Models, Reading Consultants, Resource Staff, School Districts, Services, Specialists, Staff Utilization, Teacher Aides, Teacher Role
"Position Papers in Reading: Reading in the Total School Curriculum," Louise F. Waynant, Ed., p. 36-51. University of Maryland, College of Education, College Park, Md. 20742
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Note: Paper presented at the Maryland Reading Institute, Silver Spring, Md., Oct. 2-4, 1968