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IVResearch Programs and Services A. Research Projects: Schools and Classes B. Doctoral Dissertations Research and/or Demonstration Projects in Schools and Classes for the Deaf ECIA: Chapter 1 Projects funded through the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act (ECIA)—Chapter I, State Agency Program: Handicapped—are listed below. This act supplanted the legislation stemming from Part B, Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965 (P.L. 89-10), as amended by P.L. 89-313, authorizing aid to state agencies operating or supporting schools for handicapped children. Arkansas Speech and Language Service, Parent/Infant Education and Computer Assisted Instruction Laboratory, Arkansas School for the Deaf, Little Rock. California Developmentally-based Individualized Instruction, California School for the Deaf, Riverside. Colorado Adaptive Physical Education, Thompson R2-J School District , Hearing Impaired Program, Loveland. Connecticut Parent Education and Audiological and Communication Skills, American School for the Deaf, West Hartford. Databased Training, Connecticut Institute for the Blind, Hartford. Florida Adaptive Physical Education, Santa Rosa County School Board, Milton. Illinois Vocational Education and Leisure Programming for the Deaf Blind, Illinois Deaf Blind Service Center and School, Glen Ellyn. Sign Language Classes for Normally Hearing Students, Lake County Special Education District, Gurnee. Kansas Instructional Television via Educational Videotapes, Southwest Area Cooperative District #613, Dodge City. Kentucky Language Development Instruction and Remediation and Communication Skills Development, Kentucky School for the Deaf, Danville. Massachusetts Remedial Reading and Mathematics and Student Centered Therapy, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Allsten. Since 1965, various amendments to the act have resulted in the following series of laws: P.L. 90-247, P.L. 91-230, P.L. 93-380 and P.L. 95-561. In addition to the identified "projects," 56 schools or classes indicated that they used ECIA: Chapter I funding for providing supplemental services, supplies or equipment to hearing-impaired students, although they did not specify project title or components. Alternative High School Programming, The Boston School for the Deaf, Randolph. Michigan Amelioration of Handicapping Aspects of Hearing Impairment , Michigan School for the Deaf, Flint. New Jersey Early Intervention-Sibling Sign Language Instruction and Auditory Training, Neptune Township Auditorily Handicapped Program, Neptune. New Mexico Media Services and Speech and Language Pathology, New Mexico School for the. Deaf, Santa Fe. New York Reading Improvement through Technology, New York School for the Deaf, White Plains. Educational Enrichment, New York State School for the Deaf, Rome. Preschool Receptive and Expressive Language Development , Albany Medical Center Hospital Communication Disorders Center, Albany. Individualized Interdisciplinary Approach for Multihandicapped Deaf Children.and Youth, Cleary School for the Deaf, Lake Ronkonkoma. Developing Employability Skills, Lake Grove School, Lake Grove. Afterschool Computer Literacy Program and Reading /Language Development Through Use of Computers, New York City Board of Education/Hearing Education Services , New York. Summer Educational Programs, Rochester School for the Deaf, Rochester. 170 Research Projects Support Services for Disadvantaged Hearing Impaired Learners and their Parents, St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf, Brooklyn. Improving Language Skills, St. Joseph's School for the Deaf, Bronx. Assisting Preschool Mainstream Students, St. LawrenceLewis County BOCES, Canton. Oklahoma Communication Skills Development through Written, Read and Spoken Language, University of Oklahoma Health Science Center School for the Deaf, Oklahoma City. Pennsylvania Enhancing Motor Development in an Educational Environment , DePaul Institute, Pittsburgh. Life Skills Development for Brain Injured Students, Davidson School, Elwyn. Goal Development and Role Identification at a Residential School for the Deaf, Scranton State School for the Deaf, Scranton. Transition to Post-School Component and Parent Involvement , I.U. #26, Philadelphia. South Carolina Communication and Environmental Adjustment, South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind, Spartanburg. Texas Importance of Audiological Services and Auditory Equipment for the Deaf, MacArthur Learning Center, Beaumont. Utah Preschool Programs, Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind, Ogden. Mainstreaming Deaf Children Entering Public Schools from Schools for the Deaf, Davis County School District, Farmington. Washington Vocational Assessment and Career Planning and Arts and Crafts as Self Expression, Washington State School for the Deaf, Vancouver. Wisconsin Comprehensive Programming for Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing and Multihandicapped Hearing Impaired Children, Preschool through Grade 12, Wisconsin School for the Deaf, Delavan. The following projects were funded by sources other than ECIA: Alabama Work Experience...


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