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ERIC Number: ED012960
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 226
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Reference Count: 0
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STAFFING AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, THE DEMAND FOR FACULTY AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL STAFF IN HIGHER EDUCATION, NOVEMBER 1963 THROUGH OCTOBER 1969.
ROGERS, JAMES F.
THE DEMAND FOR FACULTY AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL STAFF IN HIGHER EDUCATION IS PROJECTED FROM NOVEMBER 1963 THROUGH OCTOBER 1969. PROJECTIONS ARE BASED ON QUESTIONNAIRE DATA COLLECTED FROM 1809 HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS EMPLOYING A TOTAL OF 349,386 FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME PROFESSIONAL STAFF IN 1963. BY 1969, HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS ESTIMATE A NEED FOR AN ADDITIONAL 199,138 FULL-TIME PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBERS. DATA ARE PRESENTED IN FIVE GENERAL CATEGORIES--(1) NATIONAL TOTALS, (2) INSTITUTION TYPE, (3) PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS, (4) SIZE OF FACULTY AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL STAFF, AND (5) REGIONAL TOTALS. IN 1963, STAFF DISTRIBUTION CONSISTED OF 55,160 IN ADMINISTRATION, 284,698 IN ACADEMIC FIELDS, AND 9078 IN TECHNICAL AND SEMIPROFESSIONAL FIELDS. IN 1963, 40.3 PERCENT OF THE DEGREES EARNED WERE DOCTORATES, 41.4 PERCENT MASTER'S, AND 18.3 PERCENT BACCALAUREATE. PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS EMPLOYED 60 PERCENT AND PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS 40 PERCENT OF THE FULL-TIME STAFF. THESE PERCENTAGES ARE EXPECTED TO BE 65.2 AND 34.8 RESPECTIVELY IN 1969. A MAJORITY OF THE INSTITUTIONS EXPECT AN INCREASE IN CLASS SIZE AND IN FACULTY TIME DEVOTED TO RESEARCH. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FOR $0.65 FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20402. (HW)
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Authoring Institution: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Identifiers: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA