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ERIC Number: ED060846
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 45
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[Kansas Master Planning Commission Reports.]
Anderson, Kenneth E.; And Others
The 1970 Kansas Legislature created a Master Planning Commission on Postsecondary Education. A major charge of the Commission was to determine what the optimum role, financial structure, and school organization should be for (1) community junior colleges offering one or more of the following educational programs: 2-year general, terminal, technical, occupational, and transfer courses; and (2) vocational education schools offering general, occupational, vocational, and technical programs. Three studies were conducted within this frame of reference: (1) a study of June 1970 Kansas community junior college graduates to determine their evaluation of their junior college experience and an indication of their current status and future plans; (2) a comparison of the background and self-evaluation of four groups of junior college students (categorized on the basis of their length of attendance at the junior college and whether or not they transferred to a 4-year college); and (3) a comparison of junior college students and vocational-technical students in terms of their background and self-evaluation. The last two studies include separate analyses for male and female students. Copies of the questionnaires are appended. (AL)
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Identifiers: Kansas
Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 6, 1972