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ERIC Number: ED021309
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Jan-31
Pages: 26
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Differentiated Training for Professors and Educational Administrators.
Culbertson, Jack
This speech suggests the development and organization of a differential training program for professors of educational administration and educational administrators. Staffing patterns in a hypothetical university and the rationale of these patterns is discussed. The central theme may be found in the question, How should preparatory programs for prospective school superintendents and for professors who plan to specialize in educational research differ? This question is examined in relation to (1) recruitment and admission of students, (2) curriculum content, (3) working relationships with professors, (4) kinds of "reality oriented" learning situations provided, (5) internship experiences, and (6) culminating program activities such as theses or projects. It is hoped that such a program would not only benefit students, but also provide effective communication among specialists in may professional fields leading to increased competence of professionals in educational administration. (TT)
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Note: Paper presented to Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Chicago, Illinois, February 8-10, 1968).