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Coalition for Literacy: Multimedia


Coalition for Literacy, American Library Association, Chicago, Ill.

Recruiting resources to serve the secondary school-age illiterate population.

1984 National Student/Parent Mock


Teachers' Guides to Television Family Institute, New York, N.Y.

The Washington Education Project,


The Washington Education Project, Washington, D.C.

Recruiting college students to work teaching reading, writing, and mathematics to the illiterate poor.

Private Secondary School Recognition


Council for American Private Education, Washington, D.C.

A national effort to select approximately 50 exemplary private high schools in the United States.

Promoting Understanding for Special

Education Among Local School Boards

of Education--$5,742

Central Association for Special Education, Decatur, Ill.

To increase the knowledge and understanding of at least 200 school board members on 20 or more local boards, regarding special education needs and available resources.

Maryland Experience--$6,000

Center for Citizenship Education, Washington, D.C.

Writing and publishing a booklet that takes the reader step by step through the legislative process.

Pilot Program for Preventing and

Reducing the Inhalation of Volatile


Center for Educational Development, San Antonio, Tex.

Develop a pilot program to implement and test the school team approach in preventing and reducing volatile chemical inhalant abuse; encourage private sector contribution to the search for solutions to social problems stemming from such abuse.

Bridging the Gap:

Research Broadsheets--$43,000

Center for Early Adolescence, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carrboro, N.C.

Produce and disseminate research broadsheets on early adolescence and schooling.

Public and Nonpublic School


National Association of State Boards of Education, Alexandria, Va.

Inform state policymakers about successful policies and practices in states which enjoy good relationships between public and nonpublic educational agencies and institutions.

National Diffusion Network--$274,923

Continuation of nine projects around the country.

Vol. 03, Issue 11

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