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Lake, Sara – 1988
A recent California task force report on middle grade education, "Caught in the Middle," recommends that the master schedule provide for extended time blocks for core curriculum courses. Several goals of middle school education will be fulfilled by the program which is often called "core block" or "block time." The…
Descriptors: Core Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Educational Facilities, Humanities Instruction
Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, DC. – 1968
The California State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights held an open meeting in east Los Angeles in June 1967, to collect information about civil rights problems in the Mexican American community. The meeting dealt particularly with problems in education. Specific problems presented by parents, students, and community…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Disadvantaged Environment, Educational Discrimination, Educationally Disadvantaged
Fullerton Union High School District, CA. – 1973
The handbook was designed for the use of administrators and teachers in regular classrooms as well as teachers in special education classrooms, and to acquaint the general public with programs for exceptional students in a California high school district which offers a variety of specialized classes, including a work experience program. Specific…
Descriptors: Administrator Guides, Cooperative Education, Cooperative Programs, Coordination
Bardez, Joan – 1973
The goal of this report is to introduce the kinds of data and the kinds of reports which are useful in the process of desegregating schools. In September of 1971, the San Francisco Unified School District desegregated its elementary schools. That it was able to open these schools in semi-normal fashion was due in large part to the services…
Descriptors: Data Processing, Desegregation Methods, Educational Environment, Elementary School Students
Corwin, Ronald G., Ed.; Flaherty, John F., Ed. – 1995
The charter-schools movement provides the opportunity to observe whether granting schools freedom from most state regulations actually produces more freedom for school administrators and teachers, and whether this autonomy produces other distinctive outcomes. This report summarizes findings of Southwest Regional Laboratory's (SWRL's) statewide…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Charter Schools, Contracts, Educational Innovation
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Oakes, Jeannie – Teachers College Record, 1995
Evidence from two school systems whose ability grouping and tracking systems were scrutinized in 1993 in conjunction with school desegregation cases demonstrates how grouping practices can create within-school segregation that discriminates against black and Latino students. In both cases, grouping practices created a cycle of restricted…
Descriptors: Ability Grouping, Academic Achievement, Black Students, Educational Discrimination
Los Angeles Unified School District, CA. Div. of Career and Continuing Education. – 1979
Assessment instruments for use with adult learners are summarized; findings of a test use survey of 163 California districts serving adult students are given; and management techniques for administering large and small group tests are suggested. Forms for the evaluation of test instruments and for an assessment survey are appended. Tests reviewed…
Descriptors: Achievement Tests, Administrative Problems, Adult Education, Adult Students
KOEHLER, LAWRENCE E. – 1967
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION ENCOMPASSES FOUR STAGES--(1) INTRODUCTORY, FOR THE ILLITERATE WHO IS LEARNING TO READ BUT WHO MUST ALSO LEARN TO LISTEN AND COMMUNICATE, (2) ELEMENTARY, FOR THOSE WITH A FOUNDATION IN COMMUNICATION SKILLS WHO MUST DEVELOP VOCABULARY AND SOCIAL COMPETENCIES AND EXPLORE OCCUPATIONAL INTERESTS, (3) INTERMEDIATE, WITH EMPHASIS ON…
Descriptors: Achievement Tests, Administrator Qualifications, Adult Basic Education, Adult Learning
Ball, Joseph; And Others – 1980
A study focused on the implementation of the Youth Incentive Entitlement Pilot Projects (YIEPP) in its initial period through September 1978. Program operations at 17 sites--Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, Denver, Detroit, King and Snohomish Counties (Washington), Mississippi, Alachua County (Florida), Albuquerque, Berkeley, Dayton, Hillsborough…
Descriptors: Coordination, Demography, Demonstration Programs, Disadvantaged Youth
Diaz, William A.; And Others – 1980
A study focused on the implementation and project feasibility of the Youth Incentive Entitlement Pilot Projects (YIEPP) during the latter period of the demonstration from September 1978 through August 1979. Program operations at 17 sites--Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, Denver, Detroit, King-Snohomish Counties (Washington), Mississippi, Alachua…
Descriptors: Demography, Demonstration Programs, Disadvantaged Youth, Dropouts
Haney, George E. – Office of Education, US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1963
Because of the increased interest in and current publicity given to the problems of agricultural migrant workers and their families, there has been a growing concern in the Nation regarding the lack of educational opportunities offered to migrant children. Since the programs for the education of children of migrant workers vary from State to…
Descriptors: Educational History, Educational Opportunities, School Organization, Migrant Workers
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