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Schultz, Linda; And Others – 1989
The Alaska Science Pilot was a one-semester pilot study, undertaken from January to June of 1989 and funded largely by federal Migrant Funds. Students used the high school level general science course called "Alaska Science," which is comparised of ten 3-week text workbook units of study which deal primarily in Alaskan applications of…
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Computer Assisted Instruction, Educational Technology, General Science
McBeath, Gerald A.; And Others – 1984
A 3-year study of decentralization of Alaska schools identified several factors that influenced whether a school was locally controlled and found patterns of control associated in important ways with staff and community attitudes toward school. Information was gathered by surveys and interviews conducted in 28 communities randomly selected to…
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Alaska Natives, American Indian Education, Boards of Education