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Role of para-professionals and professors in community development: the Appalachian Highlands


, : Role of para-professionals and professors in community development: the Appalachian Highlands. Extension, education and rural development Volume 2 International experience in strategies for planned change: 141-148

The paper presents a preliminary evaluation of the role of para-professionals in the Appalachians as introduced into US community development under Title V (Research and Education) of the 1972 Rural Development Act. It discusses the relationship of the para-professional to the professional, how the former is introduced into the community, and the work he does.

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