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ERIC Number: ED042861
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 99
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An Organizational Strategies Program Model. Rural Isolated Schools Program.
Southeastern Education Lab., Atlanta, GA.
This report on an educational model termed Harold County, Tappan, which was developed under the 1965 ESEA, is in five parts. Part I, Statistical, gives projections of basic ESEA statistical data. Part II, Narrative, discusses the following: the community--population of the area to be served and its location; statement of need--educational and cultural resources in the area, determination and priority of needs, financial inadequacy of local resources; objectives, general and specific; procedures and activities; emphases; planning; participation of non-public school children; evaluation; dissemination; qualifications of professional personnel; facilities and materials; subcontracting; and, degree of tax effort and ability to meet critical educational needs. Part III, Financial, projects ESEA budgetary information. Part IV, Compliances and Assurances, contains projections of what these would be for the community modeled. Part V, Appendix, includes: a proposal to develop a nongraded organizational plan for the elementary school; and, organizational strategy--a review of related materials and research. [Page F-1 may not be distinctly legible in hard copy reproduction. "Abstracts of research studies" has been deleted from the Appendix due to incomplete pagination.] (JM)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Southeastern Education Lab., Atlanta, GA.
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Elementary and Secondary Education Act