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The Uneasy public policy triangle in higher education

The Uneasy public policy triangle in higher education

quality, diversity, and budgetary efficiency

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Published by American Council on Education, Macmillan Pub. Co., Collier Macmillan Canada, Maxwell Macmillan International in New York, Toronto, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Higher education and state -- United States.,
    • Education, Higher -- United States -- Finance.,
    • Education, Higher -- Aims and objectives -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by David H. Finifter, Roger G. Baldwin, John R. Thelin.
      SeriesAmerican Council on Education/Macmillan series on higher education
      ContributionsFinifter, David H., Baldwin, Roger G., Thelin, John R., 1947-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC173 .U53 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 198 p. :
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1862700M
      ISBN 100028971450
      LC Control Number90020407

      Even so, it would be hard to find anyone who opposes expansion. The book presents the authors' view that more and more institutions of higher learning are hiring teachers without ever granting them tenure and that this practice is not fair but is likely to remain in place. Suny Series, Frontiers in Education. Thompson, Dennis F. The Conservatives say they'll drop both expansion and top-up fees.

      There's the rub. The authors' findings are based on their research of twelve different college campuses in the United Statesincluding interviews with nearly four hundred teachers and administrators. As the historian Nicholas Tyacke of University College London, points out: 'There have been debates about the purpose of universities since at least the seventeenth century: utilitarianism versus education. Higher education in America is in the midst of a nearly unprecedented transformation.

      The "disruptive learning" style, however, still holds promise for the nation's kids. The Government is increasing this premium from 5 per cent to 20 per cent, but the universities say 35 per cent is realistic. The University of Chicago Press, Thomas K. Brakemean, R.


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Cambridge's endowment pays for 10 per cent of its costs, with state funds accounting for roughly 46 per cent. The old Oxbridge image of one-on-one tutorials and leisured undergraduates studying Greats in between whooping it up at college feasts is out of date.

It was an elite system, with only a small minority going to college. Conflicting values, scarce resources, and stakes as high as life and death combine with the duties of public office to make choices among policy goals controversial and morally difficult.

A Mind at a Time by Mel Levine: University of North Carolina's Mel Levine recognizes eight different learning types, yet the American school system insists on standardization in spite of his and other experts' contrarian evidence.

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Education involves more than just teachers, students and administrators, however. Overseas students, who pay the full cost for their courses and have become another vital income stream for the universities, won't go to them, especially if the Government takes away their power to award postgraduate degrees, as the White Paper suggests they might.

No wonder dark sarcasm runs rampant in the classroom. Burleigh saw his colleagues back home 'struggl[ing] on amid dingy surroundings for pay that now compares unfavourably with that of a Tube driver, crushed by Stalinist levels of bureaucracy, and forced to listen while gimcrack front organisations - Universities UK and the like - pump out hollow propaganda about the marvels of British higher education'.

It's part of the increasing professionalisation of society and the workforce. Public and Private Morality. American Statistical Association, A splendid read' - Dr David Kitchener, Reader in Education, University of Bolton 'In charting the history of education policy this book acts as a reminder to all that the education policy of any given era does not exist in a vacuum, but rather that whilst it might promote a particular ideal of education it does so in a context with embedded traditions and beliefs derived from prior generations of policy.

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That means they need labs equipped for research and supervised by staff with experience of research. Horn and Curtis W. I'll have to identify the winners to back. Please send us your comments using the form below. Top-up fees are a classic compromise. While right-wing commentators and public school headmasters lambast every attempt at wider access and attack supposedly declining standards, middle-class focus groups fret about 'Mickey Mouse courses' and don't see the point of all this book-learning they're paying for - except, of course, for their own children.

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The Government will not say that is the plan, but Copland says: 'That's the way we're reading it. The College Curriculum: A The Uneasy public policy triangle in higher education book education and public research systems are undergoing a system-wide transformation in OECD countries [OECD, ].

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