ERIC Number: ED037657
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
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Learning Never Ends; A Plan for Continuing Education.
Liveright, A. A.
The author predicts that private institutions of higher learning, both within cities and in peripheral areas, will be called upon increasingly to help provide for growing and varying continuing education needs. He envisions the rise by 1980 of a new institutional form, the College of Continuing Education, which will combine continuing education and community service. He proposes the creation of four institutes (Occupational and Professional Development, Personal and Family Development, Civic and Social Development, Humanistic and Liberal Development) served by three centers (Counseling and Community Referral, Research and Professional Development, Metropolitan Studies and Problem Solving). He offers ideas on campus facilities for adults, faculty arrangements, administration and organization, financing, and community cooperation. An appendix lists 46 examples of existing programs and activities in continuing higher education. (LY)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Colleges, Educational Innovation, Extension Education, Program Proposals, Urban Extension
"Campus 1980", Delacorte Press, 750 Third Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10003
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Identifiers: Liveright (A A)
Note: In Campus 1980; The Shape of the Future in American Higher Education, Alvin C. Eurich, ed., New York, Delacorte Press, 1968, p149-75