Stern, Milton R.
April 1971
Journal of Higher Education;Apr1971, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p322
Academic Journal
The article reports on the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education report "Less Time, More Options: Education Beyond the High School," and "A First Report," by the Assembly on University Goals and Governance. The reason for these reports is to consider seriously the significant role of continuing education. Several ideas suggested in the continuing education area such as the work-study program with sandwich programs, appropriate educational credit for apprentice training and in-service and military programs and second career programming are presented.


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