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ERIC Number: ED067539
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-May
Pages: 11
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The Right to Participate in Extension Programs.
Kirby, Edwin L.
This paper discusses the national trend for expansion of Extension programs emphasizing national issues receiving priority attention. It emphasizes a need for program balance and realism, and the obligation to provide educational assistance to all segments of society. Representation on committees to help determine programs is considered a must for volunteer motivation. Fuller utilization of total university resources through the Cooperative Extension Service is reported to be a significant development. It is emphasized that decisions to organize, to staff and meet pressing needs within a State are best decided within that State rather than at the national level. Continuing emphasis on agricultural needs, environmental quality improvement, and people problems is pointed out. (NF)
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Note: Paper presented to University of Wisconsin Extension Faculty as part of Spring Symposium on "Human Rights--The Contemporary Scene" (May 19, 1971)