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Harman, David – New Directions for Higher Education, 1976
New concepts of adult education underlie the development of recurrent education programs as one type of nonformal or out-of-school learning. (LBH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Students, Bibliographies, Educational Innovation
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Harman, David – New Directions for Higher Education, 1976
To aid the modernization of underdeveloped countries and of regions in developed nations such as the U.S., nonformal education may be more powerful than formal schooling. (LBH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Developed Nations, Developing Nations, Educational Innovation
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Davis, Russell G. – New Directions for Higher Education, 1976
A cross-cultural perspective on education's response to labor market demands is offered that emphasizes the role of postsecondary nonformal education. (LBH)
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Studies, Educational Needs, Employment Patterns, Higher Education
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Middleton, John – New Directions for Higher Education, 1976
Task analysis of the functions of teachers in nonformal settings can provide a better basis for university programs to train educators than either disciplinary or interdisciplinary curricula. (LBH)
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Educational Needs, Educational Responsibility, Higher Education
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Knox, Alan B. – New Directions for Higher Education, 1976
After a century as a marginal concern of colleges and universities, continuing education is becoming an important goal of higher education and is leading to strains in traditional adult programs. (LBH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Bibliographies, College Role, Continuing Education Centers
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McGinn, Noel F. – New Directions for Higher Education, 1976
By adopting new techniques of recurrent and nonformal education, colleges and universities can design programs responsive to the problems of social disorganization and isolation, low productivity, and unemployment. (LBH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Bibliographies, College Role, Educational Responsibility
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Harman, David – New Directions for Higher Education, 1976
The idea of education as a tool for continuing development and enrichment poses major challenges for higher education that cannot be sidestepped. (LBH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, College Role, Continuing Education Centers, Educational Needs
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Sheffield, James R. – New Directions for Higher Education, 1976
Evidence from Africa points to links that can be established between formal and nonformal education to meet the needs of larger numbers of adults as well as children. (LBH)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Developing Nations, Educational Needs, Educational Planning