Public and Private Financing of Higher Education: Shaping Public Policy for the Future (American Council on Education Oryx Press Series on Higher Education) download epub
by Patrick M. Callahan,Joni E. Finney,Kathy Reeves Bracco,William R. Doyle,David W. Breneman,Patrick M. Callan,Maria Iannozzi,Mario C. Martinez,Thad Nodine,Brian M. Roherty,Yolanda Sanchez-Penley,Joan E. Sundquist,Gregory R. Wegner,Robert Zemsky
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This timely volume identifies major trends in financing higher education during the first half of the 1990s. CALLAN is executive director of the California Higher Education Policy Center. e::Finney /f Joni /i E. /r ed. /b JONI E. FINNEY is associate director of the California Higher Education Policy Center. e::Bracco /f Kathy /i Reeves /r ed. /b KATHY REEVES BRACCO is a senior policy analyst for the California Higher Education Policy Center.
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Comparison The paper compares and contrasts higher education funding sources and systems in the . and the UK. The issues raised in the paper pertain to the major challenge of academia: finding financial support in times of limited resources and enhanced competition. Roherty, B. The price of passive resistance in financing higher education.
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Marvin Lazerson is Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Public Policy, Central European University and Professor Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania
Marvin Lazerson is Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Public Policy, Central European University and Professor Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania. A member of the National Academy of Education and a distinguished educational scholar and teacher, he has taught at Harvard University, Stanford University, and the University of British Columbia. At Penn, he served as Dean of the Graduate School of Education and as the University’s Interim Provost.
This timely volume identifies major trends in financing higher education during the first half of the 1990s. The editors have collected a series of articles contributed by such prominent individuals in this field as Brian Roherty, David Breneman, Joni Finney, and Robert Zemsky who share their insights and expertise. Part I covers trends in public spending and the implications for change of the transfer of responsibilities from the federal government to the states, examines changes in revenue sources for higher education and the policy implications for such change, and concludes with a perspective on privatization. Part II offers individual case studies about how higher education is financed in five states: California, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, and New York.
Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: Praeger (October 16, 1997)
Pages: 264 pages