A Case Study of the Characteristics that Shape Learning Disabled Policy in Higher Learning Institutions
Arends, Albert M. (Mike)
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Upon researching the subjects of policy implementation and college policy and the college hierarchy, I began to notice a great lack of information. Almost nowhere was there information readily available on the subject of how colleges work, how they are structured, how they deal with outside pressures, how they develop policy, and so on. This meant that the research I planned on doing concerning general college logistics would not be done through the library but rather through the interviews I had planned. I went to Dr. La Plante at K to discuss the general breakdown of the college hierarchy and get a generic sense of the way in which colleges generally addressed issues they were faced with.
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