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TABLE OF CONTENTS

JULIET E. CRUTCHFIELD

RESTRICTIONS, LITERARY RIGHTS, QUOTATIONS

PREFACE

INTERVIEW HISTORY

INTERVIEW , 199

[Tape 1, Side A]

Personal and professional background – Early adult education assignments – Neighborhood Centers Program in Oakland – Graduate work – Right to Read – Full time assignments – Teacher on Special Assignment and Acting Principal – ABE/ESL supervisor – Instructional television pilot – Transition to California Department of Education

[Tape 1, Side B]

Transition to California Department of Education (continued) – ABE advocate – ABE student profiles – Demand for ESL – Hidden ABE population – State efforts to promote ABE – Library and volunteer literacy programs – California Alliance for Literacy – The word literacy – From Educational Assistant II to Consultant – High Risk Youth Unit – Return to the Adult Education Unit – Breaking gender barriers

[Tape 2, Side A]

California Education Summit – Federal adult education funds – Impact of federal funds – Competency Based Adult Education – Adult Performance Level Study – California Adult Competency Survey – Involvement in the federal projects – National and State Adult Literacy Surveys – Developing the State Plan for federal funding – Federal compliance review – Monitoring contracts - Adult Literacy Instructor Training – Model standards

[Tape 2, Side B]

Model standards (continued) – New adult schools – Background of consultants in Adult Education Unit – Policy and Field Units – Status of women and minorities – Changes in the ABE classroom – Driving forces in adult education – Rewards of working in adult education

INDEX

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION