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Extension Special Series No. 14




The increasing complexity of modern day life, triggered m part by the staggering rate of growth of man's knowledge and the increased standard of educational expectation, has clearly demonstrated that education is a life-long learning process. Land Grant institutions such as South Dakota State University always have operated on the basis that education should be a continuing investment and re-investment of people. Thus, it was only natural that Continuing Adult Education Services (CAE from State) were made available through South Dakota State University to extend the resources and unique capabilities of this Land Grant institution to even broader sectors of the South Dakota population beyond the scope of the Cooperative Extension Service's educational programs in agriculture, home economies, 4-H and youth. The greatest growth occurred during the 1960' s.


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