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A Struggle to Survive

A Struggle to Survive
Funding Higher Education in the Next Century

November 1996 | 264 pages | Corwin
This volume continues the ongoing discussion on higher education funding in the United States. Critical issues addressed include: sources and levels of funding; performance-based accountability standards; the decentralization of control; diminished resources; retirement and benefits; increased use of business and private sectors in underwriting development; and alternate revenue sources.

David S Honeyman, James C Wattenbarger, and Kathleen C Westbrook
David S Honeyman and Megan Bruhn
The Financing of Higher Education
Terry G Geske
The Value of Investments in Higher Education
Capturing the Full Returns

Mary P McKeown
State Funding Formulas
Promise Fulfilled?

John V Lombardi and Elizabeth D Capaldi
Accountability and Quality Evaluation in Higher Education
Jay L Chronister
Issues in Benefits and Retirements in Higher Education
Karen A Holbrook
America's Investment in the Research Enterprise
The Academic Niche

Edward L Whalen
Responsibility-Centred Management
An Approach to Decentralized Financial Operations

Susan Robinson Summers
Funding Public Education with a State Lottery
Is Education the Winner?

Dale F Cambell,Karen Sayles, Lynn Leverty
Funding for Community Colleges
Changing Patterns of Support

James C Palmer
Funding the Multipurpose Community College in an Era of Consolidation
Richard L Alfred
Competition for Limited Resources
Realities, Prospects, and Strategies


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