Title I: The Evolution and Effectiveness of Compensatory Education
by Geoffrey D. Borman ó 2002
In this chapter, I discuss the evolution and effectiveness of Title I, the largest federal investment in the nationís public schools. Specifically, I summarize how the program has evolved from one that is ineffectual and poorly implemented to one that is relatively well implemented and somewhat effective, but clearly in need of further improvement. I conclude the chapter by discussing how the Title I research base may inform current and future efforts to research and evaluate the program.
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