ERIC Number: ED100426
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Reference Count: 0
The Community College in Social Revolution: Purposes and Priorities for the Seventies. A Report of the Conference on Values Sponsored by the California Junior College Association's Committee on Values in Higher Education.
Sheller, H. Lynn, Ed.
To report on the Conference on Values in the Community Colleges, it was decided to publish the major portions of the tape-recorded proceedings verbatim, with few excisions. The theme of the conference was "The Community College in Social Revolution: Purposes and Priorities for the Seventies." The speeches followed by audience discussion were: "The Legal Status of Religious and Values Efforts on Public Communtiy College Campuses," by David W. Louisell; "Purposes and Priorities for the Seventies," by Gerald H. Kennedy; "Dilemmas of the NOW Generation," by Marvin Freedman; "Aspirations of Minority Cultures," by Norval L. Smith; "The Wright Institute Training Program of August and September, 1969," by Dr. Gerald D. Cresci; "American Indians," by David Risling; "Black Aspirations, Goals, and Values," by Joel O. Reid; "Mexican-Americans," by Amado Reynoso; "As Minority Students See Things," by a student panel; "Campus Unrest: Confrontation or Communication," by William H. Orrick, Jr.; "The Emerging Role of the Church in the Community College," by William Hallman; "How We See It," by three campus ministers, Mary Alice Grier, Gary Timmons, Barry F. Cavaghan; and "The Present and Future Roles of Junior Colleges in the Realm of Emergent Values," by a faculty panel. (MJK)
Descriptors: Attitude Change, Church Role, Conference Reports, Humanistic Education, Minority Groups, Moral Development, Moral Values, Racial Attitudes, Religious Factors, Social Problems, Two Year Colleges
California Junior College Association, 2017 O Street, Sacramento, California 95814 ($2.00)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Junior Coll. Association, Sacramento.
Note: Marginal legibility on some pages