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ERIC Number: ED074933
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Jan-15
Pages: 24
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Reenforcement Trends for State Planning and Systems.
Glenny, Lyman A.
Significant trends which foretell the future for postsecondary education, specifically colleges and universities, are discussed. These trends are based on the college-age population, the proportion of the state budget going to higher education, the establishment of new social priorities, the role of the private colleges, the increasing tendency for those who want vocational skills, the promise of federal aid, the slowdown in enrollments, educational innovation and changing power relationships. The cumulative impact of these and other trends cannot be fully anticipated. The recommended central planning agency would coordinate all efforts in postsecondary education in addition to emphasizing a more cosmic and functional view of education. (MJM)
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Note: Speech presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges (San Francisco, January 1973)