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ERIC Number: ED075026
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Feb
Pages: 30
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Forum 23: Three Case Studies of Instructional Change.
Scripts of the presentations made during Forum 23--"Three Case Studies of Instructional Change"--of the annual meeting of the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges are provided. Representatives from the following schools described instructional changes made in their institutions: Burlington County College (an innovative college in a new physical plant, in its third year of operation), Piedmont Technical Institute (a school with 14 different locations, no permanent facilities, in which students can register any day for any course--has an attrition rate of less than 10%), and Hinds Junior College (56 years old, has a large campus, and in many ways resembles a four-year college more than a community college). The factors contributing to changes in these institutions are summarized. (KM)
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Note: Papers presented at Annual Meeting of American Association of Community and Junior Colleges (Anaheim, California, February 25-28, 1973)