Author: Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher EducationPublish On: 1980
a summary of reports and recommendations Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education. • The rapidity with which demands for equality of opportunity would be replaced by demands for equality of results. At the same time, ...
Author: Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational EducationPublish On: 1980
Federal Reorganization : Education and Scholarship The Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education A Degree for College Teachers : The Doctor of Arts Paul L. Dressel , Mary Magdala Thompson A Classification of Institutions of ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental AffairsPublish On: 1977
The Federal Role in Postsecondary Education : Unfinished Business , 1975-1980 The Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education More than Survival : Prospects for Higher Education in a Period of Uncertainty The Carnegie ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs
This volume consists of original essays by academic leaders and scholars connected to Clark Kerr’s life and work.
Author: Sheldon Rothblatt
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume consists of original essays by academic leaders and scholars connected to Clark Kerr’s life and work. He was arguably America’s most significant higher education thinker and public policy analyst in the last 50 years of the 20th century and renowned globally. However, little thoughtful attention has been devoted to assessing the whole of his work. Some commentators misunderstand the man as well as his ideas. The California Master Plan for Higher Education of 1960 was one of his famous undertakings, as was his part in shaping the multi-campus University of California towards global eminence. He coined the word “multiversity” to describe what he called the “uses” of the university, but began to think it had become much too “multi”. Some of his most important work was as director of the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education and the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education, which laid the foundation for sophisticated policy-making. The contributors honor the achievements of a remarkable man and provide portraits of him, but of equal importance are their critical discussions of the sources of his thinking, his attempts to balance access and merit in mass higher education circumstances, the policy issues that he confronted and the success of their resolution. For many of the contributors, Kerr’s work is the starting point for understanding policy issues in varying regional and national contexts. Often thought to be a social scientist eager to keep abreast of trends, Kerr was actually au fond a moralist and surprisingly old-fashioned in his personal values.
( American Indian Education College Teaching as a Profession : The Doctor of Special Double Issue ) . Arts Degree . ED 218 015 ED 217 750 California State Univ . , Northridge . Center Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in on Deafness .
Carnegie Commission on Higher Education . Higher Education : Who Pays ? Who Benefits ? Who Should Pay ? New York : McGraw - Hill , 1974 . Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education . The States and Private Higher Education ...
Author: David Riesman
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
On Higher Education is about the consequences of the student revolt of the 1960's and the decline of faculty influence. This shift from emphasis on academic merit to student consumerism is one of two great reversals of direction in the history of American higher education. This is a book for those curious about our society and its institutions and for all who share a civic concern about the society's future.
Author: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of TeachingPublish On:
Membership of the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education, which had been scheduled to terminate at the end of the annual meeting in 1979, was extended by vote of the Board to January 31, 1980 to facilitate completion of ...
Author: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching