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ERIC Number: ED044571
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Oct
Pages: 32
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A Survey of Graduate Programs in Adult Education in the United States and Canada.
Ingham, Roy J.; And Others
Second in a series, this survey was designed to provide information about some aspects of graduate study in adult education in the United States and Canada. It differs from the first, dated July, 1968, in that only data likely to change appreciably in one year were included. Some of the major changes between the last and present reports are: full-time faculty increased from 55 to 88; part-time faculty decreased from 82 to 78, but 96 faculty from other departments were participating in the adult education program; full-time doctoral students increased from 330 to 387; part-time doctoral students increased from 369 to 526. At the masters level, full-time students increased from 179 to 259; and part-time students increased from 556 to 753; a decline took place in the number of students engaged in writing their dissertation. The number of assistantships increased from 100 to 137; fellowships, from 22 to 44; and internships, from 55 to 77. (The questionnaire is included in the appendix.) (NL)
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Authoring Institution: Florida State Univ., Tallahassee. Dept. of Adult Education.
Identifiers: Canada