ERIC Number: ED072524
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
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A Case Study of the School Personnel Utilization-Differentiated Staffing Project of the School District of Kansas City, Missouri, 1969-1972.
The Kansas City Differentiated Staffing Project is in operation in two schools in the central part of the school district. The project began as part of a large scale effort to offer quality education to an increasing number of black students. This report gives a history of the project, its cost and source of funding, its objectives and development, and a list of project accomplishments. The future of differentiated staffing and the means by which the efficacy of the program and its outcomes can be assessed are also discussed. Appendixes present job descriptions and salary schedules, staff findings, the Vincent evaluation of educational quality, staffing patterns at both schools, the communication system at one school, educational goals, a sample math program, test scores, and a PROVUS flowchart and evaluation to facilitate comparisons of program performance and standards. (DN)
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Authoring Institution: Kansas City School District, MO.
Identifiers - Location: Missouri