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Project Kaleidoscope, 1996-2000. Final Report: Executive Summary. Corp Author(s): George Mason Univ., Fairfax, VA. Helen A. Kellar Inst. for Human disAbilities. Publication: U.S.; Virginia; 2001-01-18 Description: 14 p
This final report describes the activities and outcomes of Project Kaleidoscope, a grant funded project designed to develop, field test, and disseminate training materials and methods to prepare personnel to better serve culturally, linguistically and developmentally diverse young children and their families. The project addressed the central roles of families, communities, and culture in child development. Nine modules were developed, integrating the theory and research bases of early education, early childhood special education, multicultural education and bilingual/ESL education.
Contributor: Gabay, Jerry
Funding: Special Education Programs (ED/OSERS), Washington, DC. H029K60032 Announcement: RIESEP2002 Document Type: Document (RIE) Record Type: 141 Reports--Descriptive Clearinghouse: EC308841 Availability: EDRS: EDRS Price MF01/PC01 Plus Postage. Level: 1 Access EDRS: E*Subscribe & EDRS order options Check with your library for document availability options. If ERIC Digest text is in the record, this link can be used to find the same material in other formats. Provider: OCLC
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