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Fridt .y M reh 8, 1977

THE MICNiGAN DA( Y

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Fridoy, March 18, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page beven
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GEO to hold rally

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(Continued from Page 1)
Ong will get underway this morn-
ing.
By 25-14. members also defe it-
ed a two-part ame cdment wbtih
related to possible strike ac.ion.
The first portion stated that the
union should strike for an m-
proved contract - not just as a,
tactic to gain increased recogni-
tiQn from the University com-
munity. The last section called,
for the election of a bargaining
committee to replace ,the vohm-
teer committee now in exist-

ence.
Members complained that the
amendment wa s too prema ur .
"Peo:ile felt that the prono til
was nnt well formiTlated and
fha' it also did not go through,
the Executive Committee and'
other channels " said Moran. t
was not expected by the mem-
bers.I
"We are just going to have to
wait and see how much suppurt
we have," he added, "before we.
determine how we will cespond
to the Regents."

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Ed. School's Dean
Cohen will retire
By PATTY MONTEMURRI But Dean Cohen said there
and BRIAN BLANCHARD is "no basis" to the rumors
and "no danger to closing the
Schoo of Education Dean Wil- school.,
bur Cohen will retire in June,
1978. The former Secretary of EDUCATION enrollment has
HIealth, Education and Welfare declined, a "natural attrition"
from 1965 to 1968, Cohen will resulting from the tight job mar-
turn 65. the mandatory retire-{ket for teachers, said Cohen,
ment age for University admin- who will be staying on as a
istrators. professor after he retires.
Beginning next month, an ex- Aware of the oversupply of
tensive,, routine review proce- teachers, the Education school
dure will evaluate the Educa- is "looking into admissions and
tion School's future direction cutting back on enrollment de-
and determine Cohen's succes- liberately," said Carolyne Davis,
sor. Comprised of educators Associate Vice - President for
from across the country, an ex- Academic Affairs.
ternal committee will ' be on In the next three to five years,
campus from April 20-22, study- Admissions Director Dunifon ex-;
ing enrollment trends, teacher pects a "stabilization of our un-
job market demands, and the dergraduate enrollment." He al-
school's structure and admini- so foresees a "modest decline
stration. in the nrmber of applicants"
THE REVIEW is not a "back through the next two years.
door route to this (program)
termination business,'' said Wil- AN INTERNAL committee,

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liam Dunifon, Education Ad-
missions Director. Dunifon was
referring to the Vice-President
for Academic Affairs Office's
draft of a program discontinu-'
ance policy - now being ap-
plied to review the fates of the,
Departments of Population Plan-;
ning an4 Speech and Hearing
Sciences.
Due to a glutted teacher mar-;
ket and a 4eclining population,
some have speculated that the
Education School is slated next
for the chopping block.

composed of University faculty,
will be formed after the extern-
al committee report is complet-
ed, Davis said. "A year or two:
before a dean retires, the Uni-
versity sets in motion a review
process to evaluate the school's
goal and mission," she said.
The internal committee's work
is a "prelude to the establish-
ment of the Dean Selection Com-
mittee," said Dunifon. A similar
procedrure was used prior to
Cohen's appointment as dean in
1969.

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