2 edition of Rural social systems and adult education found in the catalog.
Rural social systems and adult education
Charles P. Loomis
|Statement||a committee report by Charles P. Loomis, chairman, J. Allen Beegle, editor (et al.) ; resulting from a study sponsored by the Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities and the Fund for Adult Education established by the Ford Foundation.|
|Contributions||Beegle, Joseph Allan., Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities., Fund for Adult Education.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||392|
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Elliot, Debra Morgan, Julie Kosteniuk, Amanda Froehlich Chow, Melanie Bayly. The percentage of 4th-graders in rural areas scoring at this achievement level (42 percent) was larger than in cities (33 percent) and towns (35 percent) but smaller than in suburban areas (45 percent) (see NCES Rural Education in America website, table Ba).
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Rural sociology is a field of applied sociological research and training that has historically focused on rural people and places. It has its intellectual origins and administrative home in the US Land-Grant System of colleges. Theoretical concerns historically centered on the.
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The European expansion to new worlds overseas had stimulated commercial rivalry. Apr 02, · This book showcases a four-step process—based on the community development asset-mapping model—in which the state Extension Service plays a critical role in helping rural communities transition to, plan for, and prosper in the digital age.5/5(3).
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