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ERIC Number: ED080055
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Apr-2
Pages: 30
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Will Ohio Always Have an Antioch,...Rio Grande,...Wilberforce,...Xavier? Private Schools and Public Policy in Higher Education in Ohio.
Frueh, Lloyd, II; Treacy, John J.
This document details the effects of various state programs and proposals which seek to aid the private schools including contracting by the Ohio Board of Regents for instructional services with private institutions, grants for capital improvements and special services, direct payments to students and long-term loans to students to recover subsidies given by the state to public institutions. Population and participation data provides evidence that the Regents have grossly overestimated Ohio higher education enrollment and that 2-year colleges and technical schools will replace urban 4-year universities as the fastest growing by 1975. Private schools must move from the declining appeal of religious differentiation to flexible or more innovative programs, small size, and faculty-student relationships. Research in financing higher education is needed not only in the area of cost but also regarding price, income and cross elasticities among various socio-economic groups. (Author/MJM)
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Identifiers - Location: Ohio