Public And Private Financing Of Higher Education

Overview

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 ...

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Overview

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.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781573565554
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/16/1997
  • Series: American Council on Education Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 264
  • Product dimensions: 6.09 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Patrick M. Callan is executive director of the California Higher Education Policy Center. Prior to his current position, he was vice president for the Education Comission of the States and executive director of the Califormia Commission for Higher Education. He is author of numerous reports and articles on higher education policy issues related to educational opportunity, and the finance and governance of higher education. Joni E. Finney is the associate director of the California Higher Education Policy Center. Prior to her current position, she was director of policy studies at the Education Commission of the States. She has directed national projects and is coauthor of By Design or By Default (1994) with Patrick M. Callan. She has authored policy reports on assessment, teacher education and the finance of higher education.

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Table of Contents

1 Preface 2 List of Editors and Contributors 3 Part I: National Trends 4 The Price of Passive Resistance in Financing Higher Education by Brian M. Roherty 5 The Changing Landscape: Higher Education Finance in the 1990s by David W. Breneman and Joni E. Finney 6 Shaping the Future by Robert Zemsky and Gregory R. Wegner 7 Afterword to Part One: A Perspective on Privatization by Robert Zemsky, Gregory R. Wegner, and Maria Iannozzi 8 Financing Higher Education in Five States: 1990-1995 9 California: Financing Higher Education Amid Policy Drift by Mario C. Martinez and Thad Nodine 10 Florida: Protecting Access and Anticipating Growth by Yolanda Sanchez-Penley, Mario C. Martinez, and Thad Nodine 11 Michigan: Fiscal Stability and Constitutional Autonomy by Mario C. Martinez and Thad Nodine 12 Minnesota: Uncertainty in a Time of Constrained Resources by Joan E. Sundquist 13 New York: Politics and the Funding of Higher Education by Kathy Reeves Bracco and Yolanda Sanchez-Penley 14 Appendix: Rountable Participants 15 Index

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