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ERIC Number: ED029624
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 9
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Perceptions of the Community Junior College as Held by Non-Education Professional People.
Howitt, Doyle; And Others
This survey to determine perceptions of the community junior college as held by non-education professional people in two Nebraska communities found general agreement regarding the junior college's function and purposes, although the perceptions of the respondents tended to parallel the traditional liberal arts and pre-professional curricular programs of four-year colleges. It was agreed that (1) the programs of a junior college contributed to the total welfare of the community, (2) the junior college was a viable constituent of higher education, (3) there are weaknesses in areas of teaching, staff, curriculum, and selected aspects of student life, and (4) vocational-technical education was not accepted as part of the junior college instructional program. (JC)
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