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ERIC Number: ED061587
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Feb-13
Pages: 11
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Educational Administration: Changing Conditions, Demands, Insights and Concepts.
Morphet, Edgar L.
This speech discusses important issues to be considered by educational administrators in arriving at "an operating consensus" on major purposes and goals for education in a complex, pluralistic, and rapidly changing society. The author suggests that educators and lay citizens be concerned with probable developments and needs during the coming years. He also emphasizes the need for long-range comprehensive planning, calls for an understanding of the change processes and the forces that tend to facilitate or retard needed changes in society and in education, and urges that educators identify and eliminate inequities and injustices in educational systems before courts take action. (JF)
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Note: Speech given before American Association of School Administrators Annual Convention (104th, Atlantic City, New Jersey, February 13, 1972)