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ERIC Number: ED015746
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 20
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PROFILE OF THE IDEAL COMMUNITY-JUNIOR COLLEGE.
KINTZER, FREDERICK C.
THREE BASIC PRINCIPLES HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMUNITY JUNIOR COLLEGE--(1) AN EXPANDED FREE EDUCATION FOR AN EXPANDING CITIZENRY, (2) GREATER DIVERSITY AND FLEXIBILITY IN EDUCATION, AND (3) EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATION AND SUBSTANTIAL FINANCIAL SUPPORT AT THE LOCAL LEVEL. IN STRIVING TOWARD ITS PRIME OBJECTIVE OF QUALITY PROGRAMS FOR A DIVERSIFIED STUDENT BODY, THE COMMUNITY-JUNIOR COLLEGE SHOULD (1) BE AVAILABLE TO ALL WHO MAY PROFIT FROM ITS PROGRAM, (2) PROVIDE GUIDANCE SERVICES TO ASSIST EACH STUDENT IN SELECTION OF A COURSE OF STUDY, (3) PROVIDE TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS GEARED TO COMMUNITY NEEDS, (4) OFFER QUALITY LOWER DIVISION TRANSFER PROGRAMS, (5) REQUIRE A MINIMUM GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR ALL DEGREES OR CERTIFICATES, (6) RELATE TO AND SERVE ITS ENTIRE COMMUNITY, (7) PROVIDE REMEDIAL COURSES, (8) IN INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH, EMPHASIZE THE TEACHING PROCESS AND STUDENT SUCCESS, AND (9) MAINTAIN A HIGH QUALITY OF INSTRUCTION AS ITS MAJOR GOAL. THIS ARTICLE IS A REPRINT FROM "COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY," VOLUME 42, NUMBER 4, SUMMER 1967. (WO)
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