Monthly Archives: July 2013

Why we do what we do……Space Camp

I’ve often borrowed the phase, “why we do what we do,” from a speech that Roger Whittaker made while he was president of (what was then) UCEA. He described why we, as professional continuing educators, do what we do.  I … Continue reading

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Is “traditional” dead?

Is “traditional” dead? “29%: The share of college undergraduates who are traditional students.”  This is the title of a recent article by Ben Casselman in the Wall Street Journal (http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/07/06/number-of-the-week-non-traditional-students-are-majority-on-college-campuses/).  Casselman’s article reflects on data from the Education Department that … Continue reading

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