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ERIC Number: ED043057
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Jul
Pages: 114
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Human Relations Training for Educators. Final Evaluation. Project Upper Cumberland.
Khanna, J. L.
Project Upper Cumberland was a three year endeavor which served 16 Tennessee counties. The final report and evaluation, in three documents, summarizes the three innovative programs which it engendered: (1) teacher inservice training, emphasizing human relations; (2) a pilot cultural arts program (art, music, drama) for grades 1-12; and (3) a pilot guidance and counseling program for grades 1-9. This portion of the report focuses on human relations training. All three report areas have as a general goal the changing and improving of attitudes. The sample, control group, design and procedure of the inservice program, as well as its shortcomings and achievements, are fully elaborated according to the Title III ESEA evaluation format. Positive results are noted in the fact that the inservice program has already been implemented. Overall it was felt that the greatest contribution to the project has been the introduction of the Title III ESEA concept to the region, thereby laying the groundwork for future programs which hopefully will attack the needs of the region with greater accuracy. The research reported herein was funded under Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. (TL)
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Authoring Institution: Project Upper Cumberland, Livingston, TN.