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ERIC Number: ED045025
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Aug
Pages: 47
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Effective Use of Resources in State Higher Education: Graduate Education, Community Colleges, Education for Blacks.
Southern Regional Education Board, Atlanta, GA.
The papers in this volume were delivered at a Symposium on the "Effective Use of Resources in State Higher Education" at the annual meeting of the Southern Regional Education Board in Houston, Texas, June 11-12, 1970. The papers deal with three general subjects: (1) the orderly development of graduate education; (2) evaluating the community junior college; and (3) maximizing opportunity for black students. The papers in the first category are: "A Governor Comments," by Governor Robert W. Scott; "Doctoral Planning for the Seventies: A Challenge to the States," by Lyman A. Glenny; "The Care and Nurture of Teaching Scholars," by Alvin H. Proctor; and "A State Senator Replies," by Lamar R. Plunkett. The papers in the second area are: "Community Colleges: A Friendly Critique," by James L. Wattenbarger; "A Governor Comments," by Governor Arch A. Moore, Jr.; and "Trends, Problems and Opportunities," by LeRoy A. Cornelsen. The papers in the third category are: "State Planning for Expanded Opportunity," by D. Robert Graham; "New Roles for Black Colleges," by Herman B. Smith; "The Black Colleges Must Turn Black," by Henry Allen Bullock; and "The Roles of Independent Colleges and Public Junior Colleges in Statewide Planning," by James M. Godard. (AF)
Southern Regional Education Board, 130 Sixth Street, N.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30313 ($1.50)
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Authoring Institution: Southern Regional Education Board, Atlanta, GA.