The Centre for Continuing Education and Extension Services: A Legacy of Excellence and Access to Life-long Learning

Christina Rahming-Nwosa, Lorraine Bastian-Jones, Edward Clement Bethel, Altamease Munroe, Denise Sherman

Abstract


A review of the history and evolution of the Centre for Continuing Education and Extension Services and the various programmes it has developed to support the work of the College of The Bahamas.

Keywords


College of the Bahamas; Education; Adult education;

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References


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Pinder, P. W. (2003). Distance education in small, developing island states: An investigation and proposal of a postsecondary distance education system for The Bahamas (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Pennsylvania State University.

Rahming-Nwosa, C. (2004). Development of a plan for the implementation and evaluation of programs to meet the educational needs of adults on Andros Island, Bahamas. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15362/ijbs.v20i2.219

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