Emerging Priorities for Continuing Education
by Charles E. Brown — 1971
There are a number of points of view from which one can look at the matter of continuing education and the question of the priorities we should set for it. Indeed, the needs for education are so numerous and various in today's world that it is difficult to know where to begin in either listing them or attaching priorities to them.
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