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ERIC Number: ED025246
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 3
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Junior College: A Second Chance.
Tunley, Roul
Seventeen, v27 n10 October 1968
The junior college is the most rapidly multiplying educational institution in the country, and it is predicted that all college students will spend their first two years there by the end of this century. Reasons given for the increasing popularity of these schools include ease of entry, low cost, the opportunity for a second chance, small classes, teaching-oriented rather than research-oriented faculty, two-year technical and vocational programs, proximity of campuses to home, and the chance for students to try out college life with the option after two years to terminate or to transfer for further education. (MC)
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