ERIC Number: ED040805
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Mar
Reference Count: 0
An In-service Training Program; SEL Pathways to Better Schools. SEL Pathway Series, Vol. 3.
Southeastern Education Lab., Atlanta, GA.
In 1968, this inservice training program was designed to assist administrators of rural school districts and economically poor districts in alleviating educational disadvantagement in the Southeast and in the nation. In proposal writing, it is suggested that this manual on the inservice training program would be used to best advantage in conjunction with a state Title III guidelines manual and other resources after careful assessment of needs, priorities, and resources. Information in the document is separated into 2 major divisions: (1) Case Commentary and (2) Illustrative Case. The illustrative case in this volume of the series is a program to maintain, under conditions imposed by desegregation, a school climate where teachers and students can interact in a secure, wholesome, and growth-producing manner. Illustrative proposal format calls for statistical data as well as for narrative related to (1) the community; (2) statement of need; (3) objectives; (4) procedures; (5) planning; (6) evaluation; (7) dissemination; (8) qualifications of professional personnel; (9) facilities, materials, and equipment; (10) subcontracting; and (11) tax effort. Financial data related to proposed budget and actual expenditures, as well as assurances for initial application, are also to be included. A bibliography is appended. (AN)
Descriptors: Community Characteristics, Contracts, Educational Needs, Educationally Disadvantaged, Evaluation Methods, Facilities, Financial Support, Information Dissemination, Inservice Education, Instructional Improvement, Objectives, Program Development, Program Proposals, Project Applications, Racial Integration, Rural Schools, School Districts, Tax Effort, Teacher Qualifications, Teaching Methods
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Southeastern Education Lab., Atlanta, GA.