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ERIC Number: ED018198
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Jun
Pages: 4
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JUNIOR COLLEGES ARE GROWING UP.
GLEAZER, EDMUND J., JR.
IN AN INTERVIEW, EDMUND J. GLEAZER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF JUNIOR COLLEGES, DESCRIBED TRENDS IN DEVELOPMENT OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE--(1) ESTABLISHMENT OF SEPARATE JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICTS, (2) INCREASED STATE LEVEL SUPPORT, (3) REGIONAL GROUPS FOR COORDINATION AND STIMULATION OF DEVELOPMENT, (4) DEVELOPMENT OF A ROLE WHICH IS NEITHER EXCLUSIVELY OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM NOR EXCLUSIVELY OF HIGHER EDUCATION, (5) GROWTH IN INSTITUTION SIZE BECAUSE OF THE NEED TO BE COMPREHENSIVE, (6) EXPANSION IN UTILIZATION OF TECHNICAL AIDS, (7) DEVELOPMENT OF PROGRAMS TO RECRUIT AND PREPARE STAFF SPECIFICALLY FOR JUNIOR COLLEGE SERVICE, (8) IMPROVEMENT IN RELATIONSHIPS AND ARTICULATION AMONG JUNIOR COLLEGES, HIGH SCHOOLS, AND 4-YEAR INSTITUTIONS, (9) A GROWING NEED TO RAISE THE PRESTIGE AND SOCIAL UNDERSTANDING OF POST-SECONDARY SEMIPROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL PROGRAMS, AND (10) STRENGTHENING OF LEADERSHIP. THIS ARTICLE IS PUBLISHED IN "COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY BUSINESS," VOLUME 40, NUMBER 6, JUNE 1966. (WO)
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