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Educators have recently taken interest in understanding the needs of racial and ethnic minority youth in the schools. A review of adult education research literature over the last five years suggests the adult education research community has not shown a similar interest. Given the traditional...
Provided in this exploratory study is a description of how one group of adult learners describe how they determine the quality of their work-related, self-directed learning activities. Data were collected from training and development professionals by means of focus groups and analyzed using the...
In the years following World War II, American colleges and universities experienced unprecedented growth due to the numbers of returning veterans who, aided by the G.I. Bills, flocked to higher education. Administrators at all levels prepared for the new students with great apprehension. They...
The proposition is argued that the primal contribution of adult education in a democracy, before all other purposes it serves, is civic education. A corollary position is that reluctance to facilitate citizen understanding of civic problems and skillful participation in solutions leaves adult...
Rohfeld, Rae Wahl, (Ed.). (1990). Expanding access to knowledge: Continuing higher education. Washington, DC: National University Continuing Education Association, 265 pages. $16.95, paperback, $29.95 hardcover.
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