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ERIC Number: ED011188
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-May
Pages: 48
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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A STUDY OF INNOVATIONS IN CALIFORNIA JUNIOR COLLEGE EVENING DIVISIONS, PART II.
PRICE, CARROLL S.
IN ORDER TO DEFINE THE ROLE OF THE EVENING DIVISIONS IN STIMULATING PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATIVE PRACTICES, THE AUTHOR ANALYZED QUESTIONNAIRES RETURNED BY 12 COLLEGES. DATA FROM 30 COLLEGES OBTAINED SIMILARLY AND REPORTED IN AN EARLIER STUDY ARE COMPARED ON SUCH VARIABLES AS RATE OF GROWTH, AVERAGE ENROLLMENT, NUMBER OF COURSES OFFERED, AND FACULTY SALARIES. THE EXTENT OF USE OF PROGRAMED TEACHING MATERIALS, EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION, LANGUAGE LABORATORIES, TEAM TEACHING, CREDIT BY EXAMINATION, PASS-FAIL SYSTEMS, AND EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS CENTERS ARE ALSO DISCUSSED. A 21 POINT SUMMARY OF FINDINGS INDICATES EXISTENCE OF A FAVORABLE CLIMATE FOR EXPERIMENTATION IN THE EVENING DIVISION AND INCLUDES DISCUSSION OF ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES, EXTRACURRICULAR PROGRAMS, ORIENTATION, AND COUNSELING OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE EVENING STUDENT. A BIBLIOGRAPHY IS APPENDED. (AL)
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Identifiers: California (Alta Loma)