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New Directions for Community Colleges, n111 Fall 2000

This issue of New Directions for Community Colleges focuses on ways of establishing and sustaining collaborative work between colleges and local school districts. Chapters included are: (1) Building Bridges or Barriers? Public Policies That Facilitate or Impede Linkages between Community Colleges and Local School Districts (Katherine Boswell); (2) A K-12 Perspective on Partnerships with Community Colleges (Al Azinger); (3) Maximizing the Benefits of Tech-Prep Initiatives for High School Students (Debra D. Bragg); (4) Lessons Learned from Current State and National Dual-Credit Programs (Hans A. Andrews); (5) Establishing and Sustaining a Middle College High School (Cecilia L. Cunningham and Chery S. Wagonlander); (6) Working with Schools To Ease Student Transition to the Community College (Lemuel W. Watson); (7) Working with Schools To Prepare Students for College: A Case Study (Charlene R. Nunley, Mary Kay Shartle-Galotto, and Mary Helen Smith); (8) Working with Urban Schools That Serve Predominantly Minority Students (May Kuang-chi Chen, James L. Konantz, M. Lucia Rosenfeld and Clara Frost); (9) Anticipating Legal Problems When Working with High School Students (Elizabeth T. Lugg); (10) Demographics, State Education Reform Policies, and the Enduring Community College Role as an Extension of the Schools (James C. Palmer); and (11) Sources and Information (Charles L. Outcalt). (EMH)

Descriptors: Articulation (Education), College Role, Community Colleges, Elementary Secondary Education, High School Students, Institutional Cooperation, Partnerships in Education, School Business Relationship, School Community Relationship, Two Year Colleges

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Autor: Palmer, James C., Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=7385&id=ED448815







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