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Herbert, Marion – District Administration, 2012
One in four students under the age of six comes from an immigrant family in which at least one parent does not speak English. Traditionally, states such as Nevada, California, New Mexico, Arizona and Texas have served the vast majority of English language learner (ELL) students, although the surging growth of this demographic--now 5.5 million…
Descriptors: Achievement Gap, Immigrants, School Readiness, English (Second Language)
Phi Delta Kappan, 1991
Named as Title I director for the Espanola (New Mexico) School District in the mid-1960s, Gilbert Martinez redirected the early grants from equipment purchases to development of kindergartens, centralized elementary school libraries, and free lunch programs. New Mexico's program improvement mandates stress curriculum integration and evaluation…
Descriptors: Basic Skills, Compensatory Education, Elementary Education, Federal Programs
Legant, Jean; Eakens, Doyle R. – 1970
Contents of the New Mexico State Annual Evaluation Report for ESEA Title I Projects, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1970, include: New Mexico allocations for 1969-70; school districts allocations for 1969-70--basic statistics, state education agency staff visits to local education agencies, changes in the effect of state agency procedures, effect…
Descriptors: Achievement Gains, Ancillary Services, Compensatory Education, Disadvantaged Youth
Caperton, Bill; And Others – 1967
Prepared by the Title I, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, (ESEA) Migrant Program director, this State annual evaluation report for fiscal year 1967 includes projects for migratory children of migratory agricultural workers in New Mexico. The material in this report represents a comprehensive analysis of Title I Migrant Program activity…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Educational Needs, Federal Programs, Health Needs
FIELDING, BYRON – 1966
TITLE I MONIES UNDER THE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT WERE AVAILABLE FOR THE FIRST TIME DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR OF 1965-66. IN ORDER TO RECEIVE THE FUNDS FOR WHICH A LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT WAS ELIGIBLE UNDER THIS LAW, EACH DISTRICT HAS TO SUBMIT A PROJECT APPLICATION THAT WOULD MEET THE SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF ITS EDUCATIONALLY…
Descriptors: American Indians, Anglo Americans, Bilingualism, Communication Skills
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New Mexico State Dept. of Education, Santa Fe. – 1967
PRESENTED IS THE STATISTICAL RECORD OF TITLE I ACTIVITIES IN NEW MEXICO DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1966-67. THE REPORT CONTAINS DATA ON SCHOOL DISTRICT ALLOCATIONS, TOTAL EXPENDITURES IN EACH BUDGET CATEGORY, AND EXPENDITURES IN EACH CATEGORY IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLS FOR THE HANDICAPPED AND THE DELINQUENT. IT ALSO INCLUDES FIGURES ON PERSONNEL IN…
Descriptors: Compensatory Education, Delinquency, Disadvantaged Youth, Educational Finance
GARCIA, ISAAC; MANZANARES, JESSE – 1967
TITLE I FUNDS TO THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO PROVIDE COMPENSATORY EDUCATION FOR APPROXIMATELY ONE-FIFTH OF THE STUDENTS ENROLLED IN PUBLIC AND NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS. EIGHTY-EIGHT PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS RECEIVE FUNDS FOR PROGRAMS WHICH AID IN REDUCING THE NUMBER OF DROPOUTS, IMPROVING READING, INCREASING MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENT, BETTERING…
Descriptors: Compensatory Education, Disadvantaged, Disadvantaged Schools, Disadvantaged Youth
Garcia, Isaac; Manzanares, Jesse – 1967
The 1967 Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title I programs for neglected and delinquent students in New Mexico are examined in this report. Two state and four local institutions were eligible for these programs. Along with specific descriptive data on the programs, the report briefly describes innovative projects, the students' most pressing…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Ancillary Services, Annual Reports, Community Involvement
DELAYO, LEONARD; FITZPATRICK, MILDRED – 1966
THE BULK OF THIS EVALUATION REPORT OF NEW MEXICO'S TITLE I PROJECTS IS A SERIES OF APPENDIXES. HOWEVER ONE SECTION OF TEXT OUTLINES THE ORGANIZATION OF THE PROJECTS (BUDGET, PERSONNEL, ETC.) AND ANOTHER THEIR ADMINISTRATION AT THE STATE LEVEL (CRITERIA FOR PROJECT APPROVAL, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND CONSULTATIVE SERVICES, FISCAL MANAGEMENT, ETC.).…
Descriptors: Administrative Organization, Annual Reports, Compensatory Education, Consultants
Martellaro, Helena C.; Edington, Everett – 1983
The movement toward small school consolidation was based in part on the presumption that academic achievement was lower in small schools, but the results of a study showed that school size was not significantly related to academic achievement in elementary and secondary schools in New Mexico. To determine the relationship of school size and…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Consolidated Schools, Educational History, Elementary Secondary Education
COLLIER, NINA PERERA – 1967
THIS IS A COMPREHENSIVE REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF YOUTH CONCERTS OF NEW MEXICO, INC., IN BRINGING ARTISTS TO ELEMENTARY AND HIGH SCHOOL CHILDREN IN TOWNS AND VILLAGES THAT HAVE HAD LITTLE OR NO CONTACT WITH LIVE PERFORMERS. A PILOT STUDY WAS CONDUCTED TO COMPARE THE INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL ENSEMBLES' EFFECTS ON STUDENTS IN URBAN SCHOOLS WITH…
Descriptors: Concerts, Creativity, Cultural Activities, Cultural Enrichment
DELAYO, LEONARD – 1967
THE COMPENSATORY EDUCATION ACTIVITIES FOR 55,507 DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS IN NEW MEXICO'S PUBLIC AND NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE LISTED IN THIS REPORT. OF NEW MEXICO'S 90 LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS, 69 REPORTED THAT THEIR DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS DEMONSTRATED A CLASSROOM READING PERFORMANCE WHICH WAS SIGNIFICANTLY BELOW GRADE LEVEL AND 60 REPORTED THAT MANY…
Descriptors: Ancillary School Services, Annual Reports, Compensatory Education, Delinquency
New Mexico State Dept. of Education, Santa Fe. – 1966
DISCUSSED AT THE FIRST GENERAL SESSION OF THIS STATEWIDE CONFERENCE WERE (1) THE OBJECTIVES OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT TITLE I PROGRAMS, (2) THE PREPARATION OF TEACHERS OF THE DISADVANTAGED, AND (3) IMPRESSIONS OF THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION OF THE DISADVANTAGED, WHICH SOME OF THE CONFEREES HAD ATTENDED. THE CONTRIBUTION OF…
Descriptors: American Indians, Ancillary School Services, Compensatory Education, Conference Reports
Blackburn, Susan Fleming – 1976
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of a structured listening program on 220 first-, second-, and third-grade students enrolled in Title I schools in the ALbuquerque, New Mexico, public school system. All of the students were given the Educational Testing Service's Cooperative Primary Tests: Listening, and the author's own…
Descriptors: Doctoral Dissertations, Educational Research, Experimental Programs, Instructional Programs
Edington, Everett D.; Martellaro, Helena C. – 1984
To determine if a relationship can be found between school size and academic achievement, a study examined correlations for 566 New Mexico public schools (grades 5, 8, and 11) from 1978 to 1981. The measure of academic achievement used was the schools' average "total scale score" on the Comprehensive Tests of Basic Skills. The two…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, American Indians, Comparative Analysis, Consolidated Schools
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