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ERIC Number: ED107445
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Apr
Pages: 158
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Evaluation Report of Indian Education Administrator Training Program at Universities of Harvard, Penn State, and Minnesota. (Graphic Description). Research and Evaluation Report Series No. 22.02.
Leitka, Eugene; And Others
Cost-effectiveness of the American Indian Administrator Training Program as implemented at three universities constitutes the focus of this Bureau of Indian Affairs' program evaluation. This evaluation represents data derived from program participant questionnaires; onsite visits; personal interviews (students, directors, professors, and administrators); program records; and community opinionnnaires. Data are depicted via 24 graphs per institution and are representative of a 66 percent student response among 159 students involved in the program since 1970. The survey instruments, which are appended, represent: (1) student responses to questions on academic completion, present participant service to Native Americans, service usefulness, participant evaluation of training, need for program, recruitment method, selection process, salary benefits, level of responsibility, leadership positions, curriculum, outcomes (degrees and certification), and personal data; (2) administrator responses to questions on organizational structure, institutional support, admission criteria, selection process, per pupil and administrative costs, data on graduates, specific problems, special program features, and certification of Indian blood; and (3) community responses to questions on tribal awareness, tribal educational needs, other more suitable available programs, funding, priorities, and program impact. (JC)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Authoring Institution: Bureau of Indian Affairs (Dept. of Interior), Albuquerque, NM.