Arabische Briefe aus dem 10-16 Jahrhundert by Werner Diem

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12 If everyone who enrolled eventually graduated, and if students went through their programs at a steady pace, the number of enrollments and the number of 42 Chapter 4 graduates would grow at similar rates, but the total enrolled is growing much faster than the number of graduates. 2. Since 1950, the number of librarians has grown, but so have the sizes of the whole labor force and the whole population. Comparison of the growth in the number of persons employed as librarians to the growth of all occupations shows that indeed the number of librarians as a percentage of the labor force almost doubled from 1950 to 2000, from 9 in 10,000 workers to 17 in 10,000.

1). The big boom in enrollments did not begin until 1959 and it lasted only until 1974. The number of graduates began to increase sharply in 1959 (most programs were one-year programs then) and grew until 1974. The numbers of graduates as reported in library school reports differ from the numbers of graduates reported by the National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) in 1971 and 1976; the numbers for other report years are more consistent. The NCES reports include both ALA-accredited and nonaccredited programs.

2 Changes in the system of library education were seen as an answer to the problem. ”3 Library educators and leading librarians wanted to recruit more students into library schools, but they also wanted to recruit students who had what they perceived to be the correct qualities. ”4 37 38 Chapter 4 THE SUPPLY OF LIBRARIANS Library leaders thought that the fifth-year bachelor’s degree was a barrier to recruitment into the profession because students did not believe that an investment of five years to earn a bachelor’s degree was reasonable.

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