A r c h i v e d  I n f o r m a t i o n

School Reform and Student Diversity - September 1995

Table 7
Case Study Research Question #4:
Sources of Financial Support for the Reform at the Elementary Grades

SOURCE DEL NORTE HOLLIBROOK LINDA VISTA INTER-AMERICAN
Federal Schoolwide Chapter I Schoolwide Chapter I ($200,000/annually)

Two districtwide Title VII grants

Schoolwide Chapter I Schoolwide Chapter I
State General appropriation,
plus:

approximately $200/LEP student

General appropriation,
plus:

approximately $200/LEP student

General appropriation,
plus:

SB 1274 Restructuring Demonstration Grant

SIP, GATE, EIA/LEP

General appropriation,
plus:

support for two additional teachers to teach ESL or content in L1

state compensatory funds

District $1000 bilingual teacher stipend $3000 bilingual teacher stipend Academic Enrichment Grant supports counselors, parent liaisons, and a reading recovery teacher as part of district's desegregation consent decree.

As a Leadership and Accountability Demonstration (LAD) school, Linda Vista receives some support for staff development and planning time.


External Partner (in-kind staff development, coaching from UTEP)
Support from the NASDC-funded National Alliance for Restructuring Education and from Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow for training and equipment.


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