Table of Contents
Judson P. (Jud) Bradshaw
RESTRICTIONS, LITERARY RIGHTS, QUOTATIONS
INTERVIEW November 21, 1992
[Tape 1, Side A]
Professional preparation for adult education instructors in the 1960's—Credential revision in the 1960's—The role of the California Council for Adult Education—Adult education administration courses in San Diego—Characteristics of adult education students—Rivalry between community colleges and school districts for adult programs—The decision in San Diego for the community colleges to be the sole provider of adult education—The role of adult education finance.
[Tape 1, Side B]
Adult education finance—Fee classes—Local taxes and control of adult education in the 1960's—San Diego CCD's Step Up program provided adult education to workers in local businesses—Master Plan of Higher Education as it relates to adult education—Delineation of function agreements—Adult education professional associations—California Council for Adult Education—National Association for Public School Adult Education—Federal Adult Basic Education Act.
[Tape 2, Side A]
The relationship between state and national professional associations—Current issues in the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education—California's leadership role in adult education—The impetus for adult education resulting from immigration into California—Work after retirement with the senior adult programs in San Diego.