ERIC Number: ED062976
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Feb
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The Two Year College Student: Unrest--Why and What to Do.
Morgan, Don A., Ed.
Major issues relating to student unrest were discussed at a 1970 Symposium of the Two-Year College Student. The first two papers, "What Are Our Students Trying to Tell Us?" and "Students Demand Moral Leadership--No Less!" both deal with the need for reform in education to keep abreast with social change. Also discussed are the special problems of black students, and the need for effective social change based on trust, understanding, and acceptance of the democratic process. In "What Do You Mean--'Community College'?" various ways of serving the community are considered. The last paper, "A Student Leadership Training Project," describes a program for meeting the special needs of student activity leaders in junior colleges. (RN)
Descriptors: Activism, Community Services, Conference Reports, Dissent, Educational Change, Social Attitudes, Social Change, Student College Relationship, Student Leadership, Student Needs, Two Year Colleges
Director, Rochester Extension Center, University of Minnesota, 2120 E. Center Street, Building 4, Rochester, Minnesota 55901 ($1.50)
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Note: A report of a symposium held June 1970 under the joint sponsorship of Rochester State Junior College, and the University of Minnesota, Rochester Extension Center