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An Ermerging Model For A New System Of Education In New York State, David Elliot Jan 1972

An Ermerging Model For A New System Of Education In New York State, David Elliot

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This document has been written to serve two distinct but related

purposes. First, it is an attempt to describe a set of educational experiences which will be developed by a consortium of county-wide agencies to meet the existing as well as the emerging needs of learners in Rockland County, New York. To this end, a theoretical operational construct is explicated and the implementation strategies and tactics which are felt to insure a high degree of success for the program relative to realities extant in Rockland County are outlined. Second, an extended rationale reflecting the status of the American society, the ...


Self-Actualization And Persistence In Selected Vocational Curricula For First-Time Entering Students At A Community College, Charles J. Mast Jan 1972

Self-Actualization And Persistence In Selected Vocational Curricula For First-Time Entering Students At A Community College, Charles J. Mast

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

Investigated personality factors associated with self-actualization among first time entering students at a predominately trade-technical community college. The Ss were 529 students enrolled in liberal arts and trade-technical programs. The Ss were administered the Personal Orientation Inventory (POI) and the results formed the basis of two analyses.

I. A 2x2x2 (eight cells) factorial analysis included length of attendance, vocational choice, and age, applied to each of the 12 POI scales. It was found that: (1) POI measures did not differentiate between persisters and drop-outs over a one semester period; (2) that liberal arts students received better POI scores than did ...