Date of Award
Education Specialist (EdS)
David E. Bartz
The field experience paper prepared on Title I on-site visitations, is divided into five sections. Section I is concerned with background information on Title I Elementary Secondary Education Act of 1965. This section contains the introduction, purpose of program evaluation and the functions of Title I.
It is important to note that Title I is an educational program designed to provide compensatory education for the disadvantaged. Title I money should be used to supplement and not supplant state and local funds.
Section II contains the log of activities of on-site monitoring visitations of Title I programs in the Illinois Local Educational Agency. The logs and analyses prepared in this section will discuss the purpose, scope and descriptions of the programs monitored. Recommendations, strengths and weaknesses of the Title I programs in the local school districts will be analyzed in this section.
The selected activity analysis in Section III reviews the United States Office of Education monitoring criteria of the Illinois Office of Education. This section discusses a Title I program in Illinois in its entirety. Monitoring conducted by the U.S.O.E. for the purpose of evaluating the monitoring criteria used by the State Educational Agency.
Section IV is the experimental assessment tool to be used as a monitoring device useful to the local educational agencies with less than 500,000 in population. The summary is located in Section V of this field study experience. It is imperative that assessment techniques be checked and doubled checked to enhance the effectiveness of Title I. An adequate monitoring assessment tool may be used in waging an aggressive campaign against illiteracy and incompetence in educational institutions.
Lucas, Marguerite Stapleton, "Title I Is Working!" (1979). Masters Theses. 3155.
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