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ERIC Number: ED019924
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Feb
Pages: 18
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Reference Count: 0
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A SURVEY OF EVENING COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION PRACTICES IN CALIFORNIA JUNIOR COLLEGES.
RYSKA, JOHN W.
OF THE 80 QUESTIONNAIRES SENT TO EVENING COLLEGE ADMINISTRATORS, 59 (74 PERCENT) WERE RETURNED. THE PURPOSE WAS TO DISCOVER DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DAY AND EVENING ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES. THE FINDINGS SHOWED THE MAIN VARIATIONS (BESIDES HIS TITLE AND PLACE ON THE SALARY SCHEDULE) IN THE ROLE OF THE EVENING ADMINISTRATOR IN SEVERAL AREAS--(1) HIS RELATION TO THE TRUSTEES, (2) BUDGET PLANNING, (3) FACULTY HIRING, (4) FACILITY PLANNING, (5) COUNSELING POLICY, (6) CLASS SCHEDULING, (7) FACULTY PAYROLL PROCESSING, (8) SALARY NEGOTIATIONS, (9) INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION, (10) CURRICULUM COORDINATION, (11) HIRING OF CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL, (12) CAMPUS PUBLICATIONS, AND (13) EXTRA-CLASS ACTIVITIES. DIFFERENCES WERE SHOWN, NOT ONLY BETWEEN DAY AND EVENING PRACTICES, BUT ALSO AMONG THE EVENING COLLEGES THEMSELVES. THE AUTHOR RAISES THE QUESTION OF WHETHER OR NOT IT MIGHT BE BENEFICIAL TO HAVE AT LEAST SOME DEGREE OF STANDARDIZATION IN EVENING COLLEGE ORGANIZATION AND PRACTICE, ESPECIALLY IN THE MATTER OF ADMINISTRATIVE TITLES. (HH)
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Authoring Institution: Fresno City Coll., CA.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA