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Louisiana State Dept. of Education, Baton Rouge. – 1987
Focusing on remedial reading instruction for primary level students (grades K-3), this handbook presents training materials for teachers and coordinators of Chapter 1 reading programs. After a discussion on the nature and purpose of the program, the handbook describes a model of Chapter 1 programming, presenting three combined approaches that are…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Beginning Reading, Cognitive Style, Holistic Approach
Gonzales, Phillips C.; Grubbs, Melvin H. – 1989
This document describes changes in language arts instruction that are designed to recognize the unique strengths and abilities of Chapter 1 and migrant education students. The document also describes a particular vision of a new language arts program for these students, a program designed to teach to their strengths and provide them with…
Descriptors: Elementary Education, English Curriculum, English Instruction, Language Arts
Puma, Michael J.; Karweit, Nancy; Price, Cristofer; Ricciuti, Anne; Thompson, William; Vaden-Kiernan, Michael – 1997
This report is one of a series presenting findings from "Prospects: The Congressionally Mandated Study of Educational Growth and Opportunity." This study, conducted in response to the 1988 Hawkins-Stafford Amendments, was a major effort to examine the effects of Chapter 1 on student achievement and other school-related educational…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Compensatory Education, Disadvantaged Youth, Educational Change
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Bittner, Joyce – Teaching and Change, 1995
Describes a Title 1 classroom model that required one day per week of team teaching all students by the regular classroom teacher and Title 1 staff. The remaining four days could involve a standard pull-out or other type of service delivery system. The article explains how the program correlates to the new reauthorization laws. (Author/SM)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Elementary Secondary Education, High Risk Students, Mathematics Instruction
Seppanen, Patricia S.; And Others – 1993
The Observational Study of Early Childhood Programs, which examined 119 preschool programs in 5 states, was designed to describe the classroom experiences of economically or educationally disadvantaged 4-year-olds and to examine linkages between characteristics of early childhood programs and activities of children and teachers in the classroom.…
Descriptors: Child Development, Cognitive Development, Day Care Effects, Disadvantaged Youth
Yagi, Kan – 1989
This report describes and evaluates the Chapter 1 Early Childhood Education Program used in three classrooms in the 1988-89 school year at Kenton School in North Portland (Oregon). Chapter 1 is the "Introduction." Chapter 2, "Description of the Program," includes the following topics: (1) organization of the program; (2)…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Compensatory Education, Curriculum Enrichment, Educationally Disadvantaged
Roberts, Veronica A.; Madhere, Serge – 1990
This evaluation of the 1989-90 Resource Laboratory Program for Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) in Washington (District of Columbia) elementary and junior high schools found that the program improved participants' mathematics achievement, but did not have a significant effect on reading achievement. The program is funded under Chapter 1 of the…
Descriptors: Basic Skills, Compensatory Education, Computer Assisted Instruction, Elementary Education
Higashino, Fukue S. – 1985
In 1981, when Chapter 1 replaced Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title I and with the advent of the effective schools movement, the Hawaii state administrators of Chapter 1 made a long term commitment to program improvement, especially in the area of instruction and quality delivery of services to the target students. In this program…
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Classroom Observation Techniques, Compensatory Education, Elementary Education
Bellingham Public Schools, WA. – 1985
The Bellingham, Washington, Public Schools K-8 Chapter 1 Reading Program attempts to develop an enthusiastic and growing interest in reading, and to help each child work toward his or her potential through effective reading. The program is described in terms of the following: (1) district information; (2) program and project information; (3) goals…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Compensatory Education, Educationally Disadvantaged, Elementary Education
Mehan, Hugh; And Others – 1985
This report describes a curriculum development program designed to address three problems associated with computer use in the schools: underutilization of the computer capabilities by overemphasis on basic skills instruction; stratified access to computers, or inequitable access based on race, sex, or income; and emphasis on teaching computer…
Descriptors: Bilingual Students, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Literacy, Computer Software
Rachal, Alice M. – 1991
The Chapter 1 reading and math program in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, is designed to meet the needs of educationally disadvantaged kindergarten through eighth-grade students at 11 project sites. Each of the identified 1,972 participating students receives approximately 50 minutes of direct supplemental reading and/or math instruction 5 days…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Elementary Education, High Risk Students, Mathematics Instruction
Bock, Joan – 1989
A study investigated how second-grade learners, identified as less proficient, continued their literacy learning in a whole language classroom. Subjects, six second-grade Chapter 1 students, were observed during independent reading time twice per week over a period of 8 months. Additional data collection procedures included participant…
Descriptors: Beginning Reading, Case Studies, Classroom Environment, Classroom Research
Albrecht, Ann M. – 1985
The chapter 1 project is a remedial reading program aimed at helping children achieve at a faster rate than those with only regular instruction. This report begins by outlining attributes for success which are as follows: (1) clear goals and objectives; (2) coordination with regular school programs; (3) parent/community involvement; (4)…
Descriptors: Compensatory Education, Elementary Education, Experimental Programs, Parent Participation
Pogrow, Stanley – Phi Delta Kappan, 1992
Instead of espousing early intervention, schoolwide models, or general classroom aid, educators must develop more specialized programs treating the real problems of Chapter 1 students at different stages. Chapter 1 should not be used as general aid to replace local and state responsibility to improve schools, but should focus on helping…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Elementary Secondary Education, Federal Government, Government Role
Hansen, Paula – 1986
The overall goal of the Chapter 1 Child-Parent Interaction Program is to increase the language skills of educationally disadvantaged preschool and kindergarten students. The program's attributes for success are as follow: (1) clear goals and objectives; (2) coordination with regular school programs; (3) parent/community involvement; (4)…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Compensatory Education, Early Childhood Education, Educationally Disadvantaged
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