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Integrated Services for Children & Families. Improving Outcomes in the Midwest Region. Policy Report No. 2.
North Central Regional Educational Lab., Oak Brook, IL. – 1996
This report highlights the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL) states' efforts in integrated services and provides commentaries by experts on their experiences in the field. Steven Preister's "Overview" from Report No. 1 serves as the framework for the report, describing NCREL states' current and future agendas,…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Family Programs, Human Services, Integrated Services
Davis, Jacqueline D., Ed.; Young, Robert E., Ed. – Plantings, 1982
Projects involving students more directly in research, evaluation, and teaching in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota are described in this newsletter issue. Results of the projects seem to underscore the role that student-faculty relationships play in the growth and development of college students. It is suggested that with more student…
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Instruction, College Students, Discussion
Plantings: A Newsletter of the Bush Foundation-Funded Faculty Development Programs in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Jorde, Karen L., Ed.; Young, Robert E., Ed. – Plantings, 1987
Two issues of "Plantings," are presented. The 1986 issue is a panel discussion that considers the results and future plans of faculty development programs in three Minnesota institutions. In addition to the moderator, Robert Young, of the University of North Dakota, the panel consisted of Norman Noonan (Augsburg College), Chandra…
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Instruction, Faculty Development, Higher Education
Respite Care: A Supportive and Preventive Service for Families. Issues Related to Welsch v. Levine. Policy Analysis Series No. 20.
Minnesota State Planning Agency, St. Paul. – 1963
The paper examines issues of respite care specifically as they relate to developmentally disabled persons in Minnesota. A review of the literature focuses upon the status of respite care services in the state as well as the need for respite care and its role in an array of family support services. Family services are described in terms of those in…
Descriptors: Developmental Disabilities, Family Programs, Financial Policy, Program Costs