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ERIC Number: ED037625
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 21
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Adult Education at the Crossroads.
Kelly, Thomas
The author begins by criticizing the existing system of nonvocational adult education in England and Wales, then considers the theoretical framework within which a new system should be constructed, and suggests some of the consequences that might follow, especially for universities. In particular, he recommends that universities maintain and enlarge their general extension offerings; involve themselves more fully in working class education; expand the range of inservice refresher courses in every appropriate field; create a whole new range of degree and nondegree courses for adults wishing to upgrade themselves or retrain for new fields; and give more attention to adult education research and adult educator training. (LY)
Liverpool University Press, 123 Grove Street, Liverpool L7 7AF, England (7s 6d)
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Identifiers: Great Britain
Note: University of Liverpool Inaugural Lecture Series