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ERIC Number: ED066131
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Jul
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A Survey of Policies and Practices Relating to Non-Traditional Educational Experiences.
Spickelmier, Don O.; Freeman, Kenneth H.
This document presents the results of a study designed to: (1) obtain information that will be useful to colleges and universities as they develop new policies and implement practices in the area of Non-Traditional Educational Experiences (N-TEE); and (2) define current policy and practice and to obtain a sense of direction for additional activities regarding N-TEE that will be useful. In order to obtain such information, the institutions within the Texas College and University System were studied. The types of nontraditional studies programs found in operation were college and university correspondence, military correspondence, independent study, military--formal residence courses, and closed circuit television instruction on campus. The methods of evaluation most often used in the institutions are equivalency examinations developed by the institution, and the general and subject area examinations of CLEP, USAFI, and GED. (HS)
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Authoring Institution: Texas Technological Coll., Lubbock. School of Education.