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ERIC Number: ED020463
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Nov
Pages: 13
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REALITY AND THE AUEC.
MCMAHON, ERNEST E.
EVENING COLLEGE OFFICIALS HAVE RESPONSIBILITY WITHIN THE ACADEMIC WORLD TO MAKE AVAILABLE TO PART TIME STUDENTS THE SAME QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF SERVICES PROVIDED FULL TIME STUDENTS. EVENING STUDENTS SHOULD NOT PAY LARGER PORTIONS OF TUITION INCOME THAN MORE ECONOMICALLY FORTUNATE REGULAR STUDENTS. AN INSTITUTION'S REPUTATION DEPENDS UPON OTHER SCHOLARS' OPINIONS OF ITS SCHOLARS, SO INVOLVEMENT OF FULL TIME FACULTY MEMBERS IS NEEDED TO PLAN AND STAFF PROGRAMS, TO PROVIDE REPUTATIONS FOR EXCELLENCE. TO FULFILL ITS MISSION AS THE GREAT EQUALIZER IN AMERICA, THE EVENING COLLEGE MUST FIND WAYS TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE MAN IN THE GHETTO AND MUST MEET EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF THAT NEW CLIENTELE. ADMINISTRATORS SHOULD BECOME OPINION MOLDERS, BUT TOO MUCH MANAGING LEAVES LITTLE TIME FOR REFLECTION OR DELIBERATE INTERVENTION IN COMMUNITY LIFE. ALSO ADMINISTRATORS MUST REACT AGAINST PASSIVE ACCEPTANCE OF HIPPIES AS "NONCONFORMISTS" AND APPLY COUNTER-PRESSURES OF MATURITY TO TRANSMIT THE ACCUMULATED WISDOM OF THE AGES. (RT)
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Authoring Institution: Association of Univ. Evening Colleges, Norman, OK.
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