ERIC Number: ED124016
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Reference Count: 0
Board Responsibility for Procurement of Resources.
Frantzreb, Arthur C.
The greatest single matter of concern before policy boards, officers, and administrators is seen as the question of financing the ongoing operation of the college, the university, or the system of higher education. Unionization, affirmative action, student recruitment, tenure, educational competition, changing modes of instruction all have financial implications. Policy boards hold dual responsibility: they have ultimate, non-transferable responsibility for the procurement of essential financial resources, and they have the responsibility for determining, as objectively as possible, the degree of wisdom by which existing resources are managed. Nine preconditions for fiscal procurement responsibility, from private or public sources, are outlined that deal with: (1) response, not reaction, (2) the chief executive, (3) academic deficits, (4) management assurance, (5) financial options, (6) staff ingenuity, (7) constituent perceptions regarding private, public, and church-related institutions, (8) tax implications, and (9) institutional marketing. (LBH)
Descriptors: Administrator Responsibility, Conference Reports, Educational Administration, Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Financial Needs, Financial Policy, Financial Problems, Fiscal Capacity, Governing Boards, Higher Education, Income, Policy Formation, Tax Allocation
Frantzreb and Pray Associates, Inc., 1500 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22209 (free)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Note: Paper presented at the Association of Governing Boards Conference (Chicago, Illinois, October 24-25, 1974)