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In 1993-94 the Career Awareness Program for Bilingual Haitian and Hispanic Students (Project CAP) was in its fifth and final year as an Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title VII project. Project CAP operated at two high schools in Brooklyn (New York), serving 136 Haitians at one and an undetermined number of Spanish-speaking and Haitian students at the other. Project CAP served students of limited English proficiency who also lacked literacy skills in their native languages. Participants received instruction in English as a Second Language (ESL); native language arts; and the content areas of mathematics, science, and social studies. Career development and multicultural education were integral parts of the program. Staff development activities and parent participation components were included. The project met its objectives for ESL, native language arts, the content area subjects, American culture and citizenship, career counseling, dropout prevention, attendance, staff development, and parent participation at one school, but no data were available from the other. No recommendations are made because the program was in its final year. Four tables present evaluation results, and two appendixes describe instructional materials and class schedules. (Author/SLD)

Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Career Development, Dropout Prevention, English (Second Language), Haitians, High School Students, High Schools, Hispanic American Students, Hispanic Americans, Limited English Speaking, Mathematics, Parent Participation, Program Evaluation, Sciences, Social Studies, Spanish Speaking, Staff Development, Urban Schools

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Autor: Roman, Elliott M.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=12477&id=ED385638







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