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ERIC Number: ED124093
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Mar
Pages: 68
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Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Biennial Legislative Work Conference on Higher Education (9th). On Target: Key Issues of Region, State, and Campus.
Lavin, Mary Jo, Ed.
To provide a forum for discussing mutual concerns shared by legislators and educators and more specifically to promote a better understanding and clearer communications between the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) and state legislators was the purpose of the 1975 Legislative Work Conference attended by 180 western legislators, educators, and government officials. This document contains presentations made at the Conference: the keynote address "Higher Education Issues and the Legislative Process" by Donald R. McNeil; "The Legislative Council of the Southern Regional Education Board: How It Works" by Senator W. E. (Pete) Snelson; "Dollar, Dollar, Who Gets the Dollar?: Making Decisions in a Time of Fiscal Stringency" by Frank M. Bowen; "Demands Across the Table: Trends, Effects, and Issues in Collective Bargaining in Higher Education" by George W. Angell; "The Buck Stops Where?: State Responsibility for Postsecondary Education" by Elizabeth H. Johnson; "How the West Was One: Alternative Means of Providing Access to Postsecondary Education" by Virginia W. Patterson; "I Came Back: Lifelong Learning" by Martha E. Church; "The Unbudget: State Support for Postsecondary Education in Times of Financial Stringency" by George B. Weathersby; "Today, Tomorrow, and the Day After: Higher Education in the 1980s" by Malcolm Moos; "Ivory Tower Dues: Institutional Responsibility to the State, William E. Davis; and "Legislation and the Campus: The Relationship of the Political Process to Postsecondary Education--A Plea for Restraint" by Lee R. Kerchner. (JT)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Authoring Institution: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Boulder, CO.