Community Colleges as the Global Village Common

Marlin, H.
August 2001
Community College Week;8/20/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p4
Urges community colleges in the United States to act as a global village common in the 21st century. Reasons for the globalization of the economy of North Carolina; List of traits of a global learner and obstacles community colleges face in addressing globalization; Background on the North Carolina Community College System as a change agent in evolving economies.


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