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ERIC Number: ED016157
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Dec
Pages: 1
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A PROPOSED PROGRAM OF MID-CAREER EDUCATION FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS IN METROPOLITAN AREAS. REPORT OF AN AD HOC FACULTY PLANNING COMMITTEE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY, TO THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS.
MOSHER, FREDERICK C.
IN 1964, THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS INVITED PLANS FOR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR STATE AND LOCAL ADMINISTRATORS AT THE MAXWELL SCHOOL AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY, AND THE METROPOLITAN FUND IN DETROIT. THIS REPORT IS THE PROPOSED PROGRAM FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION IN METROPOLITAN PROBLEMS AT BERKELEY. THE FIRST HALF OF THE SIX MONTH PROGRAM WOULD BE COURSE WORK ON METROPOLITAN PROBLEMS AND DEVELOPMENT. THE SECOND HALF WOULD BE DEVOTED TO GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH ON SELECTED METROPOLITAN PROBLEMS. THE PARTICIPANTS WOULD BE YOUNG PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS WHO ARE CONSIDERED BY THEIR EMPLOYERS TO BE PROMISING PROSPECTS FOR TOP-LEVEL POSTS. THEY WOULD BE SELECTED FROM SUCH FIELDS AS EDUCATION, TRANSPORTATION, GENERAL MANAGEMENT, AND URBAN RENEWAL AND SUCH GOVERNMENT JURISDICTIONS AS FEDERAL, STATE, CITY, COUNTY, SCHOOLS, AND SPECIAL DISTRICTS. THE INTERDISCIPLINARY FACULTY WOULD REPRESENT THE SOCIAL SCIENCES AND CITY PLANNING. PART I OF THE PROPOSAL SETS FORTH THE BASIC CONSIDERATIONS LEADING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLAN. PART II IS A CONCISE STATEMENT OF THE PROPOSAL ITSELF. IN THE APPENDIX ARE SUPPORTING MATERIALS, INCLUDING PRELIMINARY SYLLABUSES OF EACH TOPIC IN THE BASIC COURSE, REPORTS ON FEASIBILITY, AND A STATISTICAL TABLE OF CHARACTERISTICS OF PUBLIC CAREER EXECUTIVES. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE, FOR $1.50, FROM THE INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY. 106 PAGES. (AJ)
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Authoring Institution: California Univ., Berkeley. Inst. of Governmental Studies.
Identifiers: California (Berkeley); NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA