ERIC Number: ED088649
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
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Resident Education Evaluation (Project ANNA).
The evaluation data for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and State operated dormitories for Native Alaskans is contained in this section of the Project Alaskan Native Needs Assessment. An instrument, originally developed for Project Off-Reservation Boarding Schools, 1972 (ED068237) evaluation, was selected. Eleven procedures for the use of the instrument are listed, such as making arrangements with the directors of the dormitories and administrators of the schools selected for evaluation. Various methods that enhance data retrievability and usefulness have been employed in the presentation of this considerable mass of information. One of these methods uses colors to designate the different needs, e.g., red=physiological, blue=security, green=social, orange=ego, and yellow=esthetic. Three other methods are described to facilitate cross-referencing for more detailed information, maps and building design, and percentage quantification. Needs fulfillment and the instrument used to measure it are also described. The columnar charts illustrate the school's or dormitory's need fulfillment achievements for each activity category, such as student store, counseling, and sports. (FF)
Descriptors: Activities, Alaska Natives, American Indians, Boarding Homes, Boarding Schools, Dormitories, Educational Assessment, Eskimos, Federal Programs, Measurement Techniques, Need Gratification, Program Evaluation, Research Projects, State Programs, Tables (Data)
Not available separately; see RC007779
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Authoring Institution: Bureau of Indian Affairs (Dept. of Interior), Juneau, AK.; Bureau of Indian Affairs (Dept. of Interior), Albuquerque, NM.