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ERIC Number: ED032258
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Jul
Pages: 27
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Ten-College Conference on Implications of the Bureau of Research Teacher Education Project for Developing Institutions (July 11-12, 1969).
This document reports an initial conference of ten small developing colleges which are contracted to study the feasibility of instituting all or parts of the nine teacher education program models developed in the Teacher Education Project of the U.S. Office of Education (USOE). Included in the report are summaries of prepared statements by each participating college (brief descriptions of the college and its teacher education program: Clark College, Georgia; Florida A. & M. University; Livingston University, Alabama; Jarvis Christian College, Texas; North Carolina Central University; Shaw University, North Carolina; South Carolina State College; Tennessee State University; Xavier University, Louisiana; and Norfolk State College, Virginia. It also contains (1) an overview of each of the nine USOE models with a lists of points of commonality which were discussed; (2) content summary of addresses and discussion on the problems of innovation in teacher education (includes lists of difficulties involved in the development and implementation of the models and an outline of procedures to be followed in reviewing, designing, and implementing programs; and (3) summary of conclusions reached at small group sessions to initiate plans for cooperating in the common problems of the feasibility study. Appended is a roster of the 38 participants. (JS)
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Sponsor: North Carolina Central Univ., Durham.; Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
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