Table of Contents
Louise S. Dyer
RESTRICTIONS, LITERARY RIGHTS AND QUOTATIONS
INTERVIEW November 9, 1992
[Tape 1, Side A]
Separation of community colleges from unified school districts—delineation of function agreement for adult education to go with community college—Adult education funding—Characteristics of adult education in the 1970's—Adult education class in quiltmaking—Effect of federal funding for vocational education—Coursework for teaching credential—Development of course outlines—Fees vs. apportionment funding—Changes in student demographics in the 1970's—Growth of English as a Second Language (ESL) and vocational ESL—Unionization of teachers in adult education.
[Tape 1, Side B]
Issues related to contract teachers and tenure in adult education—The role of school boards and related issues—Results of Proposition 13 on education—Issues related to the San Diego Community College Foundation—Political involvement of school boards—The influence of the quiltmaking class on the community.