Older Adult Education: A Guide to Research, Programs, and Policies

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OLDER ADULT EDUCATION
A Guide to Research, Programs, and Policies

Ronald J. Manheimer Denise D. Snodgrass Diane Moskow-McKenzie

Published in Association with the North Carolina Center for Creative Retirement, University of North Carolina at Asheville

GREENWOOD PRESS Westport, Connecticut · London

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Older Adult Education: A Guide to Research, Programs, and Policies
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables and Figures ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Introduction xviii
  • 1- Lifelong Learning in an Aging Society 1
  • References 33
  • 2- Older Learners and Programs In Historical Perspective 37
  • Note 77
  • References 77
  • 3- The Transformation of Older Learner Programs 83
  • References 110
  • 4- The Impact of Institutional Policies On Older Adult Education 113
  • References 154
  • 5- Older Adult Learning in The Technological Age 159
  • References 170
  • 6- Generations Learning Together 173
  • References 184
  • Appendixes 187
  • A Leadership Council Of Aging Organizations 189
  • B Additional Organizations Interested In Older Adult Education 199
  • C Older Adult Education Resources 201
  • D The Older Americans Act of 1965 (as Amended in 1992) 205
  • E Survey of Age-Based Tuition- Waiver Policies 207
  • F Guidelines for Library Service To Older Adults 213
  • Note 217
  • Annotated Bibliography 217
  • G Life-Enrichment Opportunities 219
  • References 231
  • H The Aging Network 235
  • I- U.S. Department of Education Organizational Chart 237
  • Index 239
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