ERIC Number: ED047058
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970-Nov
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Evaluation Report: ESEA Title I.
Draper, Arthur G., Ed.
This is an evaluation report of ESEA Title I programs in St. Louis, Missouri which maintains that despite the decline in funds, St. Louis' Title I children held their own. In 1970, these students scored about two months higher on achievement tests than they had in 1966. The fact that Title I students are not losing ground is considered a significant achievement. Each report included in this evaluation has two sections. The "Program Summary" section describes the objectives of the program and its basic procedures for achieving the objectives; it also summarizes the evaluation. The second section, the "Monitor's Report," is intended for readers with more interest in the details of the evaluation; it views the problems and progress of the project against the backdrop of the previous year's evaluation, and projects new priorities for the coming year. Some of the programs include: (1) addition of remedial teachers to elementary schools; (2) setting up multi-media study-learning resource centers; (3) making available cheap cold lunches; and, (4) opening of Lincoln Opportunity High School for students suspended from regular high school programs. [Because of the contrast on a few pages of the original document, information about the contact, number of participants, time, staff, and cost of the program given on these pages may not be as clearly legible as the rest of the document.] (Editor/JW)
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Authoring Institution: Saint Louis Public Schools, MO.
Identifiers - Location: Missouri; Missouri (Saint Louis)
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title I