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ERIC Number: ED014443
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Apr
Pages: 1
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TEACHER SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND JUNIOR COLLEGES, 1963-64 AND 1964-65.
MAUL, RAY C.
THIS REPORT PRESENTS DATA ON TEACHER SUPPLY AND DEMAND FOR THE 1,084 COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (83.9 PERCENT OF THOSE QUERIED) RESPONDING TO AN INQUIRY ADDRESSED TO ALL INSTITUTIONS IN THE EDUCATION DIRECTORY, PART 3. ATTENTION IS PAID TO (1) QUALIFICATIONS, DISTRIBUTIONS, SEX, ACADEMIC STATUS, AND SOURCES OF NEW TEACHERS, (2) USES OF PART-TIME TEACHERS, (3) THE EXTENT TO WHICH MORE QUALIFIED WOMEN MIGHT BE USED, (4) THE OCCUPATIONAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF ALL 1962-63 AND 1963-64 RECIPIENTS OF DOCTOR'S DEGREES. AMONG THE MAJOR FINDINGS WERE (A) NEW FULL-TIME TEACHERS COMPRISED 9.6 PERCENT OF THE 1964-65 STAFFS OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. (B) MORE NEW TEACHERS (21.1 PERCENT) HELD A MASTER'S DEGREE IN 1964-65 THAN AT ANY PREVIOUS TIME IN THE LAST 10 YEARS. (C) 61.3 PERCENT OF ALL NEW PSYCHOLOGY TEACHERS HELD A DOCTOR'S DEGREE. (D) INSTITUTIONS IN URBAN CENTERS MAKE GREATER AND MORE FULL USE OF PART-TIME TEACHERS. (E) WOMEN CONSISTENTLY COMPRISE ABOUT ONE-FOURTH OF THE NEW TEACHERS RANGING FROM 19.4 PERCENT IN LARGE PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES TO 41.3 PERCENT IN SMALL NONPUBLIC COLLEGES. (F) 48.4 PERCENT OF THE OTHER RECIPIENTS WERE TEACHERS. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FOR $2.25 FROM NEA, WASHINGTON, D.C., 20036. (AW)
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Authoring Institution: National Education Association, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION