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ERIC Number: ED014948
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Jun
Pages: 57
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Reference Count: 0
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CURRICULUM COORDINATION IN MULTICAMPUS JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICTS--CASE STUDIES IN COMMUNICATION.
COX, JAMES N.
THE IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE ON COMMUNICATION IS EXAMINED IN A STUDY OF THREE SYSTEMS--(1) IN THE MULTICOLLEGE LOS ANGELES SYSTEM, RAPID GROWTH FROM ONE INSTITUTION TO SEVEN INDEPENDENT COLLEGES NECESSITATED ESTABLISHMENT OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION CHANNELS TO PROMOTE COORDINATION AND ARTICULATION, REDUCE COMPETITION, AND ESTABLISH COMMON BASES FOR OPERATION. (2) IN SAN DIEGO, ONE INSTITUTION IS COMPOSED OF TWO DAY CAMPUSES, CALLED "COLLEGES," AND ONE EVENING COLLEGE WHICH SHARES THE FACILITIES OF THE OTHER TWO. CENTRALIZATION AND DIVERSIFICATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS, CLASSIFICATION OF ROLES OF INDIVIDUAL CAMPUSES, AND ALLOCATION OF PROGRAMS ARE EXAMPLES OF PROBLEM AREAS. (3) IN LONG BEACH, THE COLLEGE IS A SYSTEM OF MANY PROGRAMS WITH A CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION WHICH IS ITSELF A PART OF A UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION. THE ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION IN EACH DISTRICT IS DESCRIBED AND PROCESSES FOR IMPROVING COMMUNICATION ARE OUTLINED. (WO)
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Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; California (Long Beach); California (Los Angeles); California (San Diego)