ERIC Number: ED027615
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
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Strategies of Educational Planning. Proceedings of the Annual Conference on the Economics of Education (2nd, Tallahassee, Florida, July, 1968).
Kraft, Richard H.P., Ed.
Eight papers focus on strategies for educational planning. In "Policy Formulation and Policy Implementation Relationships in an Educational System," Donald Miller asserts that performance relationships can be explained in terms of an educational system and its environment. Arnold Reisman and Martin Taft present "A Systems Approach to the Evaluation and Budgeting of Educational Programs." Richard Goodman examines the PPBS approach in "PPBS: Challenge to Educational Planners." Marvin Hoffenberg considers program budgeting for school system management in "Program Budgeting in Education: Some Organizational Implications." Richard Kraft examines the role of the educational planner in "Changing Manpower Needs and Educational Obsolescence: Implications for Vocational-Technical Education Planning." Desmond Cook discusses three "Economic Considerations in Educational Project Planning." An economic analysis of tomorrow's school is presented by C.W. McGuffey in "Economic Planning for the Future Development of Educational Facilities." Robert Campbell contrasts the economic approach to educational demand analysis with other approaches in "Approaches to the Analysis of the Demand for Higher Education: A Tool for Educational Planning." (HW)
Descriptors: Conference Reports, Economic Development, Educational Demand, Educational Economics, Educational Facilities, Educational Planning, Educational Practices, Educational Programs, Educational Strategies, Higher Education, Labor Needs, Organization, Policy Formation, Program Budgeting, Program Evaluation, Systems Approach, Vocational Education
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Florida State Univ., Tallahassee. Educational Systems Development Center.