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ERIC Number: ED035969
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Oct-23
Pages: 13
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Functional Dissection: The Nemesis of Coexistence.
Alloway, James A.
A former New Jersey local official discusses the complex organizational structures in universities, government, and businesses that have developed to serve the needs of citizens. Each of these specialized structures developed a rather high level of efficiency, and each set its own priorities, criteria, and cost factors. Now this functional dissection is too costly, particularly since the technology is available to minimize it. New Jersey State statutes that delineate cooperative efforts are cited. Some initial steps to diminish the dissection between the educational and governmental segments of society are listed. (MF)
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Note: Paper presented to the 17th Annual Workshop of the State Federation of District Boards of Education (Atlantic City, New Jersey, Oct. 23, 1969)