ERIC Number: ED329308
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Jul
Reference Count: N/A
1989 Annual Report to the Board of Directors of the Nebraska Technical Community College Association.
Nebraska Technical Community Coll. Association, Lincoln.
The Nebraska Technical Community College Association (NTCCA) was formed to coordinate the mutual interests of the six autonomous Nebraska Technical Community College Areas, politically distinct entities governed by locally elected boards. This annual report provides a general review of the significant activities and accomplishments of the NTCCA during 1989, a performance review of the NTCCA office and staff, plans for the coming year, and long-range planning objectives. The report's six sections contain the following: (1) a brief history of the NTCCA and a review of its organizational structure and committees; (2) short messages from the NTCCA president and the executive director; (3) a review of the association's recent efforts to secure funding for five critical needs areas (i.e., upgrading faculty and staff salaries, expanding economic development services, reducing property tax levies, implementing new programs, and meeting the growth requirements of inflation and enrollment), an examination of recent state educational legislation, a review of NTCCA research activities, and a discussion of preparations made for the second session of the 91st State Legislature; (4) a review of activities and events held during NTCCA's annual meeting and legislative seminar; (5) a discussion of other NTCCA activities, including involvement in professional organizations, special scholarship awards, a conservation program, and special workshops; and (6) the Fiscal Year (FY) 1989 NTCCA budget, including comparisons with FY87 and FY88, and an analysis of total dues by area. (GFW)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Nebraska Technical Community Coll. Association, Lincoln.
Identifiers: Nebraska Community College Areas