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ERIC Number: ED058512
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 48
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Developing Successful Community Assistance Programs.
Kozoll, Charles; Ulmer, Curtis, Ed.
This guide is written for the adult education teachers and administrators; it shows why and how to use outside resources and the extensive agency and individual assistance available. The material presented concerns the following subject areas: A Realistic Self Appraisal (Where to Find Assistance; Obligations to the Adult Student; Responsibility in Perspective); Sources of Support (Organizations Providing Assistance; Assistance from the Community); Working with the Poor: A Question of Attitude and Sensitivity (Introducing Available Services; Financial Guidance and Assistance; Locating and Utilizing Services); Specialized Attention (Physically Handicapped; Mentally Disturbed; Epidemic Social Diseases; Prison and Parole Guidance; Family Problems); Help from Private Organizations (Minority Group Cultural Associations; Civil Liberties; Intergroup Understanding; The Local Chamber of Commerce); Human Resource Contributions (What to Look for in a Speaker); Groups Requiring Specialized Assistance (Serving the Aged; Accommodating the Rural Resident); Pacing and Introduction of Material (Maintaining the Proper Attitude; Getting the Student to Evaluate Differing Points of View); Building Awareness: Training for Coordinates and Teachers (Staff Responsibilities; Locating and Assembling Material; Reviewing Material; The Availability of Outside Speakers). A Conclusion and Bibliography are provided. (DB)
Prentice-Hall Adult Education Series, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. (no price given)
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