ERIC Number: ED028757
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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1968: Year of Involvement. Annual Report of American Association of Junior Colleges.
American Association of Junior Colleges, Washington, DC.
This report on the many activities of AAJC showed that ever more people were looking to it for help and guidance. Its Board prepared recommendations on (1) leadership development in both new and experienced junior college personnel; (2) continued review of AAJC commissions on curriculum, instruction, legislation, student personnel, and administration, (3) planning, to update activities under constant change, (4) broadening AAJC membership, (5) the possibility of an international junior college association, (6) enlarging AAJC staff, (7) retaining AAJC's present structure. Other topics were (1) success in providing information or referral to a direct source; (2) increase of cooperative publishing activities; (3) position paper on federal aid (funding for construction and operation, more funds for vocational education, improvement of faculty, immediate funding of pending programs, incentive for industry to cooperate with colleges, stronger international involvement); (4) recruitment and training of instructors, (5) interest in the Kellogg Occupational Education Project; (6) consultant services under the federal Program with Developing Institutions; (7) developing community service programs; (8) outreach programs for children and adults; (9) comprehensive policy statement on programs for the disadvantaged; (10) the New Institutions Project; (11) student characteristics and personnel services; (12) flexible facilities planning; (13) private colleges; (14) international education. (HH)
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Authoring Institution: American Association of Junior Colleges, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: American Association of Junior Colleges