Discusses the major findings and recommendations of a study evaluating Title IV operations, which provide technical assistance and training services to school districts in various stages of desegregation. The study has two objectives: The first is to describe the current Title IV service delivery system, and the second is to evaluate current operations. Specific policy recommendations are made — some concerning the role of the federal Equal Educational Opportunity Program with respect to Title IV, and some concerning the Title IV regional and project offices.
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