EDLF 863: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION ~ SUMMER 2005
REQUIREMENTS FOR MISSED CLASS MEETINGS

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  Missed class meetings

If you must miss one or more class meetings, and have not already done so, please contact Pate via email ASAP.

For all who must miss class, make-up assignments are below.

June 23rd and 24th

• Read the two assigned articles and write one 3 - 5 page paper, double-spaced, on reaction to both articles, as well as personal ranking of contemporary higher education issues, including reasons why you ranked as such. Submit paper as e-mail attachment.
• Go over syllabus to be sure that you understand expectations of class and use of Tapped In for July 13th class assignment, make a test posting. Notify Pate of questions.

July 14th and 15th

• Post a second position paper on what you find to be the LEAST important issue and why.
• Choose and read an additional book on higher education issues and write a 3 - 5 page, double-spaced book review that includes why you selected the book.
• Interview a higher education administrator to get their opinion on one issue and how it affects their institution and submit a brief (approximately two double-spaced pages) report of the interview.

July 28th and 29th

• Write a 5 – 10 page, double-spaced presentation to a Board of a hypothetical community college, small 4-year college or a university proposing a solution to one of the higher education issues.
• Schedule a meeting or telephone conference with Pate to discuss the hypothetical Board presentation and course progress.
• Complete the course examination and submit the response as an attachment
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