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ERIC Number: ED046382
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970-Jun
Pages: 48
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A Comparative Study of Recruitment and Selection Procedures and Practices for Junior College Certificated Personnel.
Garrett, Normal L.
This report assesses the feasibility of redesigning the current practices and procedures for recruitment and selection of certified teaching personnel in the Los Angeles Community College District. A descriptive method was used in the study of existing procedures in similar organizations and the procedures were cross-compared with those used in the L.A. Community College District. Interviews were conducted with a representative sample of college placement officers who supply L.A. certificated personnel. It was found that methods used by modern organizations in recruitment of qualified personnel applicants can be applied in the community college area. Other findings and the resulting conclusions and recommendations are presented in this report. A general recommendation is for a board of trustees to make an official policy statement on the recruitment and selection of certified personnel and for this statement to include the philosophy of the merit system and the principles of hiring the most qualified available instructor regardless of national origin, race, religion, sex, color, or creed. This report includes the following three documents: "A proposed selection procedure for junior college instructors;""Staff study: Teacher recruitment policy and practice;" and "Third year survey results/An analysis of the characteristics of new full-time faculty in California Community Colleges." [Because of marginal reproducibility of original, this document is not avilable in hard copy.] (CA)
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Identifiers - Location: California