ERIC Number: ED149815
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977-Nov
The Community and Junior College.
Burnett, Collins W., Ed.
Nine articles reviewing and summarizing the literature on topics pertinent to the community and junior college are included in this monograph. An overview of the background and present status of the community junior college, by Collins W. Burnett, serves as an introduction to the specialized topics that follow. "The History and Development of the Private Junior College," by James F. Kastner, examines its role, developmental influences, early models, and current problems. "The Community College as an Export Product," by Zenaida L. Caintric, examines the adoption of the community college idea in Australia, Canada, Ceylon, the Dominican Republic, Great Britain, Japan, Jordan, Chile, Columbia, and the Philippines. "Native and Transfer Students: Are More Comparisons Necessary?," by Phoebe Smith, summarizes research findings to date. "The Student Personnel Program in the Community/Junior College," by Ted M. Cudnick, examines the need for unique and dynamic programs. "The Transfer Problem Between the Two-Year and the Four-Year College," by Wanda D. Bigham, discusses the transfer student, the nature of the problem, and improvements. "Faculty in the Two-Year College," by Randall W. Dahl, examines a variety of faculty characteristics. "The Community College and Its Role in Allied Health Education," by Christine Dubay, discusses the historical relationship between the two. "Articulation," by Ben W. Carr, Jr., examines needs, purposes, and methods for community college articulation. (LH)
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Articulation (Education), College Faculty, Community Colleges, Educational History, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Literature Reviews, Private Colleges, State of the Art Reviews, Student Personnel Services, Teacher Characteristics, Transfer Policy, Transfer Students, Two Year Colleges
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Kentucky Univ., Lexington. Coll. of Education.
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