A Research Study to Develop an Army-Wide Equal Opportunity Training Model. Volume 1
Final rept. Dec 1978-Apr 1979
HUMAN SCIENCES RESEARCH INC MCLEAN VA
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In 1976-77, a study of race relations and equal opportunity education and training in the Army was undertaken. One conclusion of that study was that a comprehensive model should be developed which would bring a systematic structure to all EO education and training being conducted for Army members. The present study attempts to do that. Volume I describes the three major components of the model, Individual EO Training in Army Schools, Unit EO Training, and EO Training for Unit Supervisors, Leaders and Managers, Each component is described in terms of its objectives, its target audiences, recommended training methods and technologies, content, requirements for delivery of training, and the recommended methods for evaluating both the training process and the results of training and for feeding evaluation and procedures employed in developing the comprehensive model. An Executive Summary precedes Volume I.
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