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Winter 2005


Educational change -- United States, Community engagement in higher education


Higher education is being asked to pay more attention to student learning and to contribute to the enhancement of the social and economic conditions of the community it serves. As a result, educational institutions will no longer be self-contained. Community members and organizations have become not only critical partners in framing the goals and intentions of the educational reform movement, but they also have assets that must be tapped by educational institutions that wish to implement change and respond to social needs.


Copyright 1996 by Towson State University. Archived with permissions.

* At the time of publication Judith A. Ramaley was affiliated with Winona State Univeristy

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