Recurrent Education Characteristics and Implications for the Current Education System
Henle, R.J. (Robert John), 1909-2000
Marland, Sidney P., Jr., 1914-1992
Glennon, Thomas K., Jr.
Georgetown University. Public Services Laboratory
United States. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Centre for Educational Research and Innovation
Georgetown University Conference on Recurrent Education (1973)
The theme of this conference was "Recurrent Education Characteristics and Implications for the Current Education System." It was co-sponsored by the Laboratory for Public Service, HEW, and CERI. The Reverend Robert J. Henle welcomed people to Georgetown University and introduced the Assistant Secretary of HEW, Sid Marland, who made a few opening remarks. The first speaker was the Director of the National Institute of Education, Thomas K. Glennon, who talked about career education programs. Ron Gass, Deputy Director General of Scientific Affairs of OECD and Director of CERI, talked about the importance of education and the need to radically overhaul the current formal education system in order to provide an option for deferred entry into formal education. He also talked about the need for more diversified post-secondary institutions. The conference was co-sponsored by Georgetown University's Public Services Laboratory, HEW, and CERI.
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