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ERIC Number: ED059173
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971-Sep
Pages: 67
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Evaluation of the Follow Through Program 1970-71 Vol. V, No. 2.
Crouthamel, Willard W.; And Others
This report provides information and data to school decision-makers, emphasing the identification of promising practices, major contributions of personnel, and weaknesses of the Follow Through program in Atlanta. Much o f the information presented is in a question-answer format and is based on both hard and soft data. Suggestions for improving the program are also included. The main sections of the report are 1) management-control, process, diagnosis, and communication; 2) information data; and 3) conclusions, suggestions, and concerns. Major recommendations are that 1) scheduled time should be spent each week by the Follow Through director and other key administrative and model personnel observing classes, 2) all policy should be carefully specified before school begins, 3) the complete involvement of parents should be a major concern, 4) teachers and principals should be active participants at all planning meetings and conferences, 5) model oriented tests should be the basis of most assessment, and 6) there should be more of an emphasis on quality in the processing of data. An appendix includes the Follow Through data bank organization, feedback breakdown by schools, Follow Through objectives, priority of objectives, and comparison classes. (MBM)
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Sponsor: Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Atlanta Public Schools, GA.