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Federal programs supporting educational change
|Statement||prepared for the U.S. Office of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.|
|Series||[Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-1589/1-HEW--R-1589/|
|Contributions||Berman, Paul, 1937-, United States. Office of Education.|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .R3 R-1589, LB2825 .R3 R-1589|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. in ;|
|LC Control Number||75328937|
The solution was for the federal government to distribute funds in a way that would correct the balance. The political moment was when both Cold War anxieties and newly robust understandings of the 14th Amendment made the changes possible. The result was a new relationship between the federal government and the states on education policy. Berman P McLaughlin M Bass G Pauly E Zellman G Federal programs supporting from MANAGEMENT at Batam International University. M., Bass. G., Pauly, E., & Zellman, G. (). Federal programs supporting educational change Factors affecting implementation and continuation. (Vol.7). Santa Monica, CA: The Rand.
For nearly years the federal government left education almost entirely in the hands of state and local governments. Gradually, however, federal restraint gave way, culminating in with the creation of the US Department of Education—a sprawling bureaucracy with more than 4, employees, over programs, and an annual budget of approximately $70 billion. The topic areas page includes information and resources related to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) from the U.S. Department of Education (Department), Office of Special Education Programs (), and other Federal agencies.. This page also includes resources developed by technical assistance centers funded by the Department and other Federal agencies.
A study of a federally funded program to develop and implement community-oriented social studies curricula and curriculum-based assessments grounds cautions for educational change initiatives. Federal programs typically travel first to the 50 state departments of education, which send them to local school districts, then to administrators at school sites, and finally, perhaps, to.
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Federal Programs Supporting Educational Change: Vol. VIII, Implementing and Sustaining Innovations This report is part of the RAND Corporation report by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Federal programs supporting educational change. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, (OCoLC) Material Type. Federal Programs Supporting Educational Change, Vol.
VII: Factors Affecting Implementation and Continuation. Berman, Paul; And Others This report is one of three volumes that describe the second phase of a study that examined the implementation of four federal change agent programs related to Cited by: Federal Programs Supporting Educational Change, Vol.
VIII: Implementing and Sustaining Innovations. Berman, Paul; McLaughlin, Milbrey Wallin This report reviews and synthesizes the findings of a four year, two-phase study conducted by the Rand Corporation to examine and evaluate a national sample of educational innovations funded by Federal Cited by: OCLC Number: Notes: Prepared for the U.S.
Office of Education, Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare. Description: vii, 27 pages ; 28 cm. Federal Programs Supporting Educational Change, Volume III: The Process of Change.
Appendix B: Innovations in Reading. This is the second of four appendixes to the Rand study "Federal Progams Supporting Educational Change." This appendix deals primarily with Right-To-Read, a Federally administered program that funds innovative reading. Berman, P., & McLaughlin, M. Federal Programs Supporting Educational Change, Volume VII: Factors Affecting Implementation and Continuation.
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for eligible applicants for elementary, secondary, and college education; for the education of individuals with disabilities and of those who are illiterate, disadvantaged, or gifted; and. The Federal TRIO Programs are educational opportunity outreach programs designed to motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
TRIO includes six outreach and support programs targeted to serve and assist low-income, first-generation college, and disabled students to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to postbaccalaureate programs.
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A Guide to Federal Education Programs. Indian Education Special Programs and Projects to Improve Educational. Opportunities for Indian Children, Title VII, Part A, Subpart 2 for supporting social and emotional learning initiatives and expand their thinking about the use of these federalFile Size: KB.
Federal Support for Education This report provides a comprehensive picture of total federal financial support for education since fiscal year In order to account fully for all federal support for education, programs residing in other federal departments or agencies that have significant educational components are included, even if the.
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Berman, P. McLaughlin, M. Federal programs supporting educational change: Vol. Implementing and sustaining innovations Washington, DC U.S.
Office of Education Birmingham, J. Pechman, E. Russell, C. Meilke, M. Shared features of high-performance after-school programs: A follow-up to the TASC evaluation New York The After Cited by: Federal programs supporting educational change. Vol. VII factors affecting implementation and continuation (Report No.
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Funds are used to develop, implement, and evaluate instructional programs that ensure students identified to receive services in Title I Targeted Assistance programs and all children in Title I School-wide programs have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality.