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ERIC Number: ED082658
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Mar-29
Pages: 14
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"Hanging Ten" and Higher Education.
Marland, S. P., Jr.
This speech presents educational accountability as the unending search for ways in which educational institutions can better serve both students and society. In the face of financial cutbacks, it is suggested that institutional self-examination is in order. Redefinition of end goals with far greater rigor and realism is essential. Following an overview of new budgetary commitments, career education is presented in light of its response to the needs of students. It is presented as human fulfillment in pursuit of useful occupations as a part of the liberalizing thesis of all education. Both the financial reevaluation and emphasis on career education are viewed as major steps toward educational accountability. (MJM)
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Note: Speech presented before the annual meeting of the Western College Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 29, 1973