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ERIC Number: ED036287
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 20
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Implications for the Junior College Leadership Training Program Drawn from a Continuing Study of the Two Year College President.
Morgan, Don A.
National surveys of junior college presidents in the United States were conducted over a 3-year period. It was felt that better understanding of the position would improve training programs for junior college presidents. Data were gathered from the presidents, their wives, the second highest administrators of the colleges, the presidents' secretaries, and the presidents of faculty associations. The study anticipated three basic situations for the junior college president: (1) arrival as president; (2) survival as president; and (3) leaving the presidency. It was concluded that training programs for junior college presidents should include managerial skills and employee relations. The author recommends a business minor for doctoral students majoring in junior college administration. (MS)
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Note: Seminar paper