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  • Achieving Community on the College Campus
    Discusses racism on today's college campuses, and explores the responsibility of the school, its faculty, and its student body in allowing intolerance for minorities to exist. Reasons for this trend are examined, and some thoughts for achieving a greater sense of community on college campuses are discussed.
  • Assessing the Effects of Reform in Teacher Education: An Evaluation of the MAT Program at Trinity University
    This report describes the teacher education reforms at Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas), with special emphasis on the benefits and obstacles encountered along the journey toward the creation and maintenance of effective school-university partnerships. In 1987, Trinity University established the Alliance for Better Schools, a school-university partnership between four schools (two elementary, one middle, and one high school) in one urban and one suburban district and Trinity University.
  • Business Education Index, 2000: Index of Business Education Articles and Research Studies Compiled from a Selected List of Periodicals Published during the Year 2000. Volume 61
    This document (which is to be the last in its series) indexes business education articles and research studies compiled from a selected list of 38 periodicals published in 2000.
  • Creating a New Borderland on the Screen
    Discusses a research project at the University of Gent (Belgium) that created materials for teaching literature from a European perspective. Concludes that a global revision of the literature course design should be made in which hypertext and multiculturalism play a key role; illustrates with examples of hypermedia applications for "Don Quixote" and "Robinson Crusoe." (AEF).
  • Educating a New Majority: Transforming America's Educational System for Diversity
    This book presents 20 papers on the current status and future needs of disadvantaged minority students in the elementary, secondary, and higher education systems.
  • Integrating Psychology into a Multidisciplinary-Multicultural Undergraduate Program at a Research I University
    Describes the Modern Studies Curriculum (MSC) at the University of Kentucky, which integrates psychology with various disciplines and cultural perspectives in 8 courses during the first two years of college. Provides two examples of MSC courses.
  • Lifelong Learning and Its Impact on Social and Regional Development. Contributions to the European Conference on Lifelong Learning (1st, Bremen, Germany, October 3-5, 1996). Collected Papers
    This book contains 56 papers from a European conference. Representative papers include the following: "Adult Education, European Citizenship and the Role of the Regions" (Sussmuth); "Can Lifelong Learning Prevent the Breakdown of Society?" (Young); "Two Challenges to a Modern Concept of Lifelong Learning" (Alheit); "Widening Access to Higher Education in a Former Coalfield Region" (Humphreys, McGoldrick); "Popular Education" (Sundgren); "European Access Network" (Taylor, Steele); "Access, Adults and Under-representation in European Higher Education" (Woodrow, Crosier); "Making a Difference? Including Excluded Groups in Higher Education" (Tett); "Six Years of Continuing Education at Swiss Universities" (Levy); "Another Approach to Get More Adults into Continuous Learning" (Dohmen); "Market-Oriented Adult Education Policy" (Tuomisto); "Departmental Cultures and Academic Disciplines" (Guyot, Merrill); "Universities as Open Learning Centres" (Flecha, Merrill); "Lifelong Education and Training" (Mohle); "Lifelong Learning" (Houghton); "Open Learning Systems" (Raters); "Adult Education Open University" (Olesen); "Non-Teaching Cases of University as Open Learning Centres" (Espanya); "The Development of Further Education" (Meliva); "The Information Technology Challenge to Lifelong Learning" (von Mitschke-Collande, Nake); "Information Technology" (O'Dubchair); "Disabled Adults" (Hartenstein); "Experiences of Using Information and Communication Technology in Teaching and Learning at the Adult Higher Education Level" (Pantzar); "Making Learning a Part of Life" (Fischer); "Advanced Continuing Education for Women in the Transformation Process" (Schiersmann); "Adult Continuing Education" (Ryan); "Education as Biographical Construction?" (Dausien); "The Influence of Social Milieus on Attitudes and Activities of Women in Lifelong Learning" (Barz, Tippelt); "Intimate Cultures of Lifelong Learning" (West); "Qualifying Unskilled Women in Caring Roles through Adult Education" (Dybbroe); "Social Movements and Adult Continuing Education" (Bron); "Adult Education and the New Social Movements" (Ryle); "Citizenship as an Environment for Lifelong Learning" (Lindroos); "Adult Education outside Formal Education" (Menchen); "New Social Movements and Popular Education" (Kane); "Learning to Live in a Multi-Cultural Society" (Leumer, Saad); "Ethnicity and Exclusion in European Higher Education" (Woodrow, Crosier); "Development of Teacher Qualifications According to 'Bridge-Building' for Adult Immigrants and Refugees" (Hemmingsen); and "Towards an Alternative Adult Education" (Shanahan).
  • The Diversity Myth: Multiculturalism and Political Intolerance on Campus. [Second Edition]
    The "diversity myth" is the myth that universities are doing a good job promoting diversity on campus. Universities in America have promoted this "diversity myth" which belies the actual state of affairs in the nation's schools.