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ERIC Number: ED134816
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
The Implementation of Career Education through the Mesa Center for Career Development.
Booth, George, Comp.
Efforts of the Center for Career Development (Mesa, Arizona) to compare various strategies for promoting available career education materials and services in the Mesa Public Schools (to determine which strategies are more effective in increasing utilization of career education resources) are described. After identifying the career education resources available, the project's method for assessing resource implementation and/or use is discussed under the headings Target Population, Resource Personnel, and Sequences of Events (Overview, Planning Phase, Operational Phase, and Modifications). Project efforts resulted in the Career Service Delivery System, which is discussed in the section, Utilization/Participation Program. This section covers initial contact strategy, staff development strategy, promotional resources strategy, and contingency management strategy. The final section discusses how data collected from the project will be recorded and analyzed. Appendixes contain the following: Log of career education events; utilization/participation program strategies; initial contact methods: participant responsibilities; types, recipients, and frequency of communications; and evaluation criteria and school descriptors. (TA)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Mesa Public Schools, AZ.
Identifiers - Location: Arizona (Mesa)