ERIC Number: ED184470
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
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The University and the Inner City: A Redefinition of Relationships.
Spikes, W. Franklin, Ed.
The university and the inner city is examined in this collection of papers. Chapters include: Establishing an Urban Commuter University: The Need for Community (Reynold Feldman and Barbara Hursh); Adult and Community Education: Mobilizing the Resources of the City (Roger Hiemstra); The Arts and Humanities in an Urban Environment (Neil Rudin); Lifelong Learning: Planning for Institutional Change (W. Franklin Spikes); Preparing Professionals: Graduate Education for Lifelong Learning Roles in the City (Robert C. Mason and Paul W. Roloff); The Independent College and the City: Facilitating Mutual Growth (Thomas R. Scott); Cooperative Education: A Learning Strategy for Inner City Youth (Harry N. Heinemann); Joint Educational Project: The University of Southern California's Partnership with the Community (Preston L. Dent); and Prison Education: Picking Up Where Others Failed (Martha H. Brown, Hambir G. Phadtare, and Joseph Travaglini). Each chapter provides references. An index as well as biographical notes about the authors and the editor are provided. (LC)
Descriptors: Adult Education, College Role, Community Education, Community Schools, Correctional Education, Educational Responsibility, Fine Arts, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Humanities, Humanities Instruction, Inner City, Institutional Characteristics, Lifelong Learning, Professional Education, School Community Relationship, Universities, Urban Education, Urban Environment
Lexington Books, D.C. Heath and Co., Lexington, MA ($20.95)
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