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ERIC Number: ED111074
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Apr
Pages: 21
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Political Processes for an Interagency Project Renewal Policy: A Case Study of a Federal Agency's Negotiations to Influence State and Local Policies.
Schumacher, Sally
This study analyzes the six-month negotiation process of a federally funded program to renew an interagency curriculum diffusion project with a state department of education and nine school districts. Because of interagency dissension during the first project year, the federal agency made concessions to obtain project renewal policies. Federal concessions recognized state and local jurisdiction in high-risk policy areas. The federal agency dictated neither the process of state and local program development nor the expenditure of moneys for curriculum purchase. Changing state and local policies was more rapid than changing educational practices. (Author)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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