ASYNCHRONOUS LEARNING NETWORKS: POLICY IMPLICATIONS FOR MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS AND FOR LEADERS ADDRESSING NEEDS OF MINORITY LEARNERS

Janet K. Poley

Abstract


For minority serving institutions, policies that support learners call for decisions about equity, quality, cost, impact on national economic performance and international global relationships

Keywords


National and State Policies,MSIs and Minority Learners,Multicultural Organizational Framework

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24059/olj.v12i2.1699