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This is the 121st issue of the Jossey-Bass higher education series New Directions for Community Colleges.
1. Community College Roles in Teacher Education: Current Approaches and Future Possibilities (Barbara K. Townsend, Jan M. Ignash)
This chapter examines such areas as the development of the associate of arts degree in teacher education, the community college baccalaureate in teacher education, and alternative certification programs.
2. Transfer Issues in Preservice Undergraduate Teacher Education Programs (Joyce Lindstrom, Katherine D. Rasch)
This chapter focuses on some of the challenges to transfer and articulation in Missouri.
3. Taking the Golden State Path to Teacher Education: California Partnerships Among Two-Year Colleges and University Centers (Linda Serra Hagedorn, Fran Newman, Janet Duffy)
In California the response to the teacher shortage involves the community college Teacher and Reading Development Partnerships program and a number of community college teacher education programs,
six of which are discussed here.
4. A New Degree for the Community College: The Associate of Arts in Teaching (Maureen L. McDonough)
This chapter discusses the development of the A.A.T. degree in Maryland through an outcomes-based, statewide articulation of the two-year degree in elementary education to public and private four-year institutions.
5. High Schools, Community Colleges, and Universities: Partners in Teacher Education and National Efforts (Fred Gaskin, Steven R. Helfgot, Sue Parsons, Anna Solley)
The work of the Teacher Education Partnership Commission in Arizona and the newly formed National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs is the focus of this chapter.
6. The Role of Community Colleges in Offering Baccalaureates in Teacher Education: An Emerging Possibility (Thomas E. Furlong Jr.)
This chapter describes the efforts of St. Petersburg College (formerly St. Petersburg Junior College) to offer teacher education baccalaureate degrees.
7. Alternative Teacher Certification Programs and Texas Community Colleges (Paul B. May, Stephen G. Katsinas, Lin Moore)
Factors contributing to the successful planning and implementation of alternative teacher certification programs are described in relation to one Texas community college district.
8. Accrediting Standards Affecting Mid-Level Teacher Education Preparation in the Community College (David G. Imig, Mary Harrill-McClellan)
This chapter reviews NCATE and TEAC accrediting standards, assesses the ability of community colleges to meet these standards, and suggests accreditation models appropriate for community colleges.
9. The Role of State Postsecondary Education Policy in Supporting Teacher Education at the Community College (Tricia Coulter, Edward Crowe)
The evolving role of the community college in teacher education is discussed from the standpoint of state policy issues.
10. Sources and Information: Teacher Education at Community Colleges (R. Dean Gerdeman)
A variety of resources related to teacher education at community colleges is summarized.