Case Studies in Educational Performance Contracting: A Videotape Report.

by Michael Carpenter

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A videotape summarizing the results and implications of a field study monitoring and evaluating eight educational performance contracting programs in five cities: Gary, Gilroy, Grand Rapids, Norfolk, and Texarkana. The videotape talk presented the data informally and encouraged audience participation. Full documentation of the study is contained in R-900. The videotape is available in 1/2 inch size conforming to the New EIAJ Japanese standard, for $60 or in 1-inch size for Ampex 7500 machines for $85. A booklet showing the briefing charts used in the talk accompanies the tape, and is available separately at no charge. Running time: 35 mins.

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