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Report of the Surgeon General's Workshop on Children with Handicaps and Their Families. Case Example: The Ventilator-Dependent Child.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, PA. – 1982
The booklet presents papers from a December 1982 workshop on specific problems in caring for ventilator-dependent children (children with respiratory distress due to prematurity, low birth weight or developmental immaturity). Following excerpts from the keynote address by C. Everett Koop, the U.S. Surgeon General, model programs from Pennsylvania,…
Descriptors: Demonstration Programs, Disabilities, Educational Needs, Financial Policy
A Working Partnership for 1993: Linking Community Colleges and Business. Conference Summary.(Sacramento, California, May 13, 1983).
Summaries are provided of the presentations, discussions, and major conclusions of a conference convened in May 1983 to develop mechanisms for improving the linkages between industry and community colleges in California. Introductory material offers an overview of the conference's goals, employment training in California, and the role of the…
Descriptors: College Curriculum, Community Colleges, Cooperative Programs, Financial Support
Project NEED IT. New Enterprise and Economic Development Initiatives Today (Hartford, Connecticut, August 11-12, 1983).
Entrepreneurship Inst., Columbus, OH. – 1983
A conference dealing with new enterprise and economic development initiatives today, Project NEED IT was designed to familiarize decision makers at all levels of the public, private, and educational sectors with the best new enterprise development projects being carried out in the United States today. During the conference, a series of papers and…
Descriptors: Basic Business Education, Budgeting, Business Administration, Business Responsibility
Commission Meeting Focuses on Program Accomplishments, Current Research, and Proposed Changes in Program Direction.
Appalachian Regional Commission accomplishments from 1983-1985 included education projects focusing on basic skills, vocational education, and school dropout reduction serving some 100,000 people for $11.5 million and health projects placing 350 physicians in underserved areas. Future proposals and resources may focus on special areas within…
Descriptors: Activities, Budgets, Educational Improvement, Elementary Secondary Education