ERIC Number: ED052362
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Jul
Reference Count: 0
Report from the National Institute on Exemplary Projects in Vocational Education.
Nevada State Dept. of Education, Carson City.
This document is a compilation of the presentations made at the 1970 National Exemplary Institute, a conference designed to serve as a guide for exemplary projects being undertaken across the country. Presentations included in the document are: (1) "The Characteristics of This Changing Age in Our Vocational Education" by Luis Morton, (2) "The Role of Exemplary Programs in Educational Reform" by Albert Riendeau, (3) "The Importance of Accountability for Exemplary Programs" by Leon Lessenger, (4) "A Model for the Operation of Exemplary Programs" by Robert Barnes, (5) "Emerging Substitute Systems of Education for High School Dropouts and Potential Dropouts" by Leon Minear, (6) "An Approach to Evaluation: A Model for Evaluating the North Carolina Exemplary Program" by Robert Morgan, (7) "The Craft of Evaluation" by Eugene Griessman, (8) "An Evaluation System for Exemplary Projects" by Robert Barnes, (9) "Presentation of a Dissemination Model for Exemplary Projects" by Tom Clemens, (10) "Guidelines for Dissemination of Exemplary Project Information" by Larry Hutchins, (11) "A Management Model for Exemplary Projects" by Stephen Knezevich, and (12) "Expectations for Exemplary Project Directors by the Pilot and Demonstration Branch, USOE" by Sidney High. (JS)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Nevada State Dept. of Education, Carson City.
Note: Institute conducted at Squaw Valley, Calif., July 19-23, 1970