Economic Impact: One Methodology for Valuing Adult Education Programs
Solomon, Brenda, Harris, Ed, Barta, Suzette, Woods, Mike, Journal of Adult Education
Continuing education programs are integral components of postsecondary institutions and the communities they serve. Often included as pan of the continuing education programs are extension programs. As legislators and community leaders review funding mechanisms and sources of revenue generation, continuing and extension programs can begin to implement programming and tracking software to determine how they can function in an entrepreneurial manner and demonstrate their economic impact on the communities, both internal and external, they serve.
Oklahoma State University's (OSU) Office of Education Extension provides numerous adult education programs as the continuing education arm …
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Publication information: Article title: Economic Impact: One Methodology for Valuing Adult Education Programs. Contributors: Solomon, Brenda - Author, Harris, Ed - Author, Barta, Suzette - Author, Woods, Mike - Author. Journal title: Journal of Adult Education. Volume: 31. Issue: 1 Publication date: Spring 2002. Page number: 27+. © Mountain Plains Adult Education Association 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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