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ERIC Number: ED118046
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Feb
Reference Count: N/A
School-College Articulation Practices in New York State.
Snyder, Norman C.
There is much evidence that supports the assertion that the problems involved in school-college articulation are both significant and serious enough to warrant immediate attention and action. Data was collected from various sources by using a questionnaire designed: (1) to gather programs within the state; and (2) to serve the educative function of encouraging respondents to actively focus on the many varieties and types of school-college articulation and thus to stimulate developments on individual campuses. After an examination and survey of the typography, background, and literature of school-college articulation, specific conclusions are drawn. In general, both the schools and the colleges in the state appear to be open to greater articulation between the two sectors. Even thought they do not regard articulation as a major educational concern at present, most respondents who were interviewed were much interested in learning more about innovative practices and programs at other schools. The idea of a task force or a series of regional or statewide conferences on articulation met with much favor. (Author/KE)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: National Academy of Education, Syracuse, NY.
Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany.
Identifiers - Location: New York