Universidad de la Democracia: La universidad comunitaria en el siglo XXI: Delimitando la discusión

Translated title of the contribution: Democracy's college: The American community college in the 21st century: Framing the issue

Amelia M. Topper, Jeanne Powers

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Abstract

In this manuscript, the guest editors of the EPAA Special Issue on "Democracy's College: The American Community College in the 21st Century": a) introduce the background, history, and context of community colleges in the larger higher education landscape; b) summarize the three research papers and two video commentaries that were peer-reviewed and selected for inclusion in this special issue; and, c) discuss the individual contributions and major themes across the selected papers. Their importance is discussed in terms of each paper's insights for the general research on this topic and each paper's potential to inform community college research, practice, and policy.

Original languageSpanish
JournalEducation Policy Analysis Archives
Volume21
StatePublished - 2013

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Keywords

  • Community college
  • Higher education
  • Nontraditional students
  • Persistence
  • Student access

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Education

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