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ERIC Number: ED086274
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 145
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Managing Finances in Community Colleges.
Lombardi, John
The 18 chapters of this book are grouped into three sections. In the first, Causes of Fianncial Crisis, the change in public education from financial security to crisis is explored as it related to the public community college. These two chapters are titled External Factors and Internal Practices. The second section, Sources of Revenue, includes observations on future prospects for an increase in revenue from each of five sources. Chapters are: How Colleges Are Financed, Patterns of State Support, Property Taxes, Tuition and Fees, Federal Aid, and Miscellaneous Sources of Income. The third section, Correcting Financial Imbalance, deals with ways in which educators are adjusting to the financial crisis. These chapters are titled: Control of Expenditures, Financial Planning and Responses, Improving Managerial Efficiency, Per Captia Costs, Effective Utilization of Physical Facilities, Controlling Low-Enrollment Classes, Moratorium on New Colleges and Buildings, Increasing Faculty Productivity, Changing the Teaching and Learning Process, and Nontraditional and External Degree Plans. A bibliography is appended. (Author/KM)
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