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Social Program Implementation : Quantitative Studies in Social Relations

By: Williams, Walter.
Contributor(s): Elmore, Richard F.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (318 p.).ISBN: 9781483220635.Subject(s): Education and state | Evaluation research (Social action programs) -- United States | Social action | United States -- Social policyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Social Program Implementation : Quantitative Studies in Social RelationsDDC classification: 658.91309173 | 658/.91/309173 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Social Program Implementation; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; PART I: AN OVERVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION; CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION; ORGANIZATION OF THE VOLUME; CHAPTER 2. IMPLEMENTATION PROBLEMS IN FEDERALLY FUNDED PROGRAMS; THE LONG PROCESS FROM POLICY TO OPERATIONS; THE POLICY AND OPERATIONS SPHERES; RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN A FEDERAL SOCIAL AGENCY; THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE NEW FEDERALISM FOR IMPLEMENTATION; SOME FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR FEDERAL FUNDING POLICY; PART II: EDUCATION PROGRAMS
CHAPTER 3. INCENTIVES FOR INNOVATION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLSINTRODUCTION: THE INSTITUTIONAL SETTING; CONSEQUENCES FOR DISSEMINATION OF INNOVATIONS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS; FROM INNOVATION TO IMPLEMENTATION; IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL R&D; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4. TITLE V OF ESEA: THE IMPACT OF DISCRETIONARY FUNDS ON STATE EDUCATION BUREAUCRACIES; TITLE V BACKGROUND; EXPLORING TITLE V: ASSESSMENT OF THE PROGRAM'S IMPACT; TITLE V OUTCOMES: AN EXPLANATION; SOME WORKING HYPOTHESES; IMPLICATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENT; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 5. FOLLOW THROUGH PLANNED VARIATION
PLANNED VARIATION, POLICY RESEARCH, AND IMPLEMENTATIONSOCIAL ACTION AND EXPERIMENTATION; SELECTION OF SITES AND ASSIGNMENT OF MODELS; SELECTION AND SPECIFICATION OF PROGRAM MODELS; MODEL IMPLEMENTATION; THE USE OF EVALUATION RESULTS; CONCLUSIONS; CHAPTER 6. PLANNED VARIATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A MODEL SPONSOR; DEVELOPMENT OF THE MODEL; FIELD IMPLEMENTATION AS TEACHER TRAINING; EARLY EXPECTATIONS; PROBLEMS IN IN-SERVICE TRAINING; COUNTERFORCES; IMPLEMENTATION: THE REALITIES; CONSTRAINTS ON MODEL IMPLEMENTATION; THE BRIGHTER SIDE; OUR MINI-PLANNED VARIATION STUDY, 1968-70
THE VALUE OF COMPARING MODELSIMPLICATIONS FOR PLANNED VARIATION RESEARCH; APPENDIX: RESEARCH DISSEMINATION SYSTEM; CHAPTER 7. IS REAL-WORLD EXPERIMENTATION POSSIBLE? THE CASE OF EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING; THE CLIMATE FOR THE EXPERIMENT; DESIGN AND RESULTS; IMPLEMENTATION DIFFICULTIES; LESSONS FROM THE EXPERIENCE; CHAPTER 8. IMPLEMENTATION AS MUTUAL ADAPTATION: CHANGE IN CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION; CASE ILLUSTRATIONS; SUMMARY AND GENERAL IMPLICATIONS; PART III: COMMUNITY-ORIENTED PROGRAMS; CHAPTER 9. MAKING A NEW FEDERAL PROGRAM: MODEL CITIES, 1964-68; THE PROGRAM'S ORIGINS
THE PROGRAM'S FIRST YEARSCONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; SOURCES AND READINGS; CHAPTER 10. WASHINGTON: ANGRY CITIZENS AND AN AMBITIOUS PLAN; GETTING STARTED WITH PROJECT ONE; PLANNING THE NEW TOWN; IN PURSUIT OF ACTION; THE LOGUE PLAN; THE FEDERAL RESPONSE; THE FUTURE OF FORT LINCOLN; FEDERAL DISABILITIES: THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AS SOCIAL ACTIVIST; PART IV: TRANSFER PAYMENT PROGRAMS; CHAPTER 11. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SSI: GUARANTEED INCOME OR WELFARE?; SSA IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY; THE IMPACT OF SSI ON OTHER PARTS OF HEW; SSI AND THE STATES
PART V: IMPLEMENTATION ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT EFFORTS
Summary: Social Program Implementation
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Front Cover; Social Program Implementation; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; PART I: AN OVERVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION; CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION; ORGANIZATION OF THE VOLUME; CHAPTER 2. IMPLEMENTATION PROBLEMS IN FEDERALLY FUNDED PROGRAMS; THE LONG PROCESS FROM POLICY TO OPERATIONS; THE POLICY AND OPERATIONS SPHERES; RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN A FEDERAL SOCIAL AGENCY; THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE NEW FEDERALISM FOR IMPLEMENTATION; SOME FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR FEDERAL FUNDING POLICY; PART II: EDUCATION PROGRAMS

CHAPTER 3. INCENTIVES FOR INNOVATION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLSINTRODUCTION: THE INSTITUTIONAL SETTING; CONSEQUENCES FOR DISSEMINATION OF INNOVATIONS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS; FROM INNOVATION TO IMPLEMENTATION; IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL R&D; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4. TITLE V OF ESEA: THE IMPACT OF DISCRETIONARY FUNDS ON STATE EDUCATION BUREAUCRACIES; TITLE V BACKGROUND; EXPLORING TITLE V: ASSESSMENT OF THE PROGRAM'S IMPACT; TITLE V OUTCOMES: AN EXPLANATION; SOME WORKING HYPOTHESES; IMPLICATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENT; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 5. FOLLOW THROUGH PLANNED VARIATION

PLANNED VARIATION, POLICY RESEARCH, AND IMPLEMENTATIONSOCIAL ACTION AND EXPERIMENTATION; SELECTION OF SITES AND ASSIGNMENT OF MODELS; SELECTION AND SPECIFICATION OF PROGRAM MODELS; MODEL IMPLEMENTATION; THE USE OF EVALUATION RESULTS; CONCLUSIONS; CHAPTER 6. PLANNED VARIATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A MODEL SPONSOR; DEVELOPMENT OF THE MODEL; FIELD IMPLEMENTATION AS TEACHER TRAINING; EARLY EXPECTATIONS; PROBLEMS IN IN-SERVICE TRAINING; COUNTERFORCES; IMPLEMENTATION: THE REALITIES; CONSTRAINTS ON MODEL IMPLEMENTATION; THE BRIGHTER SIDE; OUR MINI-PLANNED VARIATION STUDY, 1968-70

THE VALUE OF COMPARING MODELSIMPLICATIONS FOR PLANNED VARIATION RESEARCH; APPENDIX: RESEARCH DISSEMINATION SYSTEM; CHAPTER 7. IS REAL-WORLD EXPERIMENTATION POSSIBLE? THE CASE OF EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING; THE CLIMATE FOR THE EXPERIMENT; DESIGN AND RESULTS; IMPLEMENTATION DIFFICULTIES; LESSONS FROM THE EXPERIENCE; CHAPTER 8. IMPLEMENTATION AS MUTUAL ADAPTATION: CHANGE IN CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION; CASE ILLUSTRATIONS; SUMMARY AND GENERAL IMPLICATIONS; PART III: COMMUNITY-ORIENTED PROGRAMS; CHAPTER 9. MAKING A NEW FEDERAL PROGRAM: MODEL CITIES, 1964-68; THE PROGRAM'S ORIGINS

THE PROGRAM'S FIRST YEARSCONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; SOURCES AND READINGS; CHAPTER 10. WASHINGTON: ANGRY CITIZENS AND AN AMBITIOUS PLAN; GETTING STARTED WITH PROJECT ONE; PLANNING THE NEW TOWN; IN PURSUIT OF ACTION; THE LOGUE PLAN; THE FEDERAL RESPONSE; THE FUTURE OF FORT LINCOLN; FEDERAL DISABILITIES: THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AS SOCIAL ACTIVIST; PART IV: TRANSFER PAYMENT PROGRAMS; CHAPTER 11. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SSI: GUARANTEED INCOME OR WELFARE?; SSA IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY; THE IMPACT OF SSI ON OTHER PARTS OF HEW; SSI AND THE STATES

PART V: IMPLEMENTATION ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT EFFORTS

Social Program Implementation

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