A demonstration program shall be designed to create an atmosphere or climate for learning, to motivate the pupil for further learning and to insure educational attainment or success in reading and mathematics. A demonstration program shall have the following specific goals:
(a) Development of creative programs to serve as models or guides for improved instruction generally and for compensatory education specifically.
(b) Experimentation with new curricula and methodology designed to meet specific needs of low achieving pupils.
(c) Analysis and assessment of the abilities and needs of low achieving pupils.
(d) Providing of individualized instruction.
(e) Employment of a variety of approaches to systematic, sequential skills development.
(f) Corrective programs for pupils performing one year or more below grade expectancy level.