Was a large-scale demonstration of a full-service school providing specialized child and family services such as family crisis intervention and social skills training. The focus of the project was on the local community and the involvement of parents and teachers in decision-making. Subjects were largely Latino, urban, and of low socio-economic status. Includes measures of students' performance in classes and on outcome assessments; the number of student absences per semester; student, family, and teacher perceptions of their school and of the project; level of student and teacher support; and family background and use of services. Both quantitative and qualitative measures were used, including student grades and subject competency test scores as well as surveys and interviews administered to students, teachers, and parents.