ERIC Number: ED045018
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Publication Date: 1970-Oct
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Higher Education for Everybody? Issues and Implications.
American Council on Education, Washington, DC.
The theme of the 1970 Annual Meeting of the American Council of Education was "Higher Education for Everybody? Issues and Implications." The papers in this volume address themselves to the question of universal higher education and to the implications of this goal on institutional goals and practices as these relate to a student population that might be larger than it is now and in some respects different. The papers are: "Educational Programs for Everybody," by W. Todd Furniss; "Who Needs Higher Education?" by James L. Miller, Jr.; "Dimensions of Quality in Higher Education," by William W. Turnbull; "Admissions and the Crisis in American Higher Education," by Martin Trow; "Political Norms Affecting Decisions Concerning Higher Education," by Heinz Eulau; "Something for Everybody is not Enough," by William M. Birenbaum; "Higher Education for Everybody: Who Pays? by Roger E. Bolton; and "Reform of Higher Education: Mission Impossible?" by James A. Perkins. (AF)
Descriptors: Academic Standards, College Admission, Educational Opportunities, Equal Education, Financial Support, Higher Education, Institutional Role, Students
American Council on Education, 1 Dupont Circle, N.W., Washington, D.C.
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Authoring Institution: American Council on Education, Washington, DC.
Note: Background Papers for Participants in the 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Council on Education, St. Louis, October 7-9, 1970