District of Columbia Commissioners' Youth Council: Maximum Benefits Study
- 1911 - 1972
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The program called the "Maximum Benefits Project" of the District of Columbia's Commissioners' Youth Council was started in September 1954 under the sponsorship of a Council Committee whose members were the heads of the departments serving children. The project sought to determine the amount and the kind of special services required to meet the needs of all elementary school children in the District and to study the effect of such special services on the prevention of juvenile delinquency. The Council Committee made use of the Gluecks' prediction tables and findings in its study.
Material in this Series is arranged in chronological sequence. It includes correspondence, tables, reports, memoranda, and it covers the period 1953 to 1964.
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