ERIC Number: ED403790
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
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A Struggle To Survive. Funding Higher Education in the Next Century. Seventeenth Annual Yearbook of the American Education Finance Association.
Honeyman, David S., Ed.; And Others
This book examines the issues surrounding the funding of higher education. The book is divided into 10 chapters: (1) "The Financing of Higher Education" (David S. Honeyman and Megan Bruhn); (2) "The Value of Investments in Higher Education: Capturing the Full Returns" (Terry S. Geske); (3) "State Funding Formulas: Promise Fulfilled?" (Mary P. McKeown); (4) "Accountability and Quality Evaluation in Higher Education" (John V. Lombardi and Elizabeth D. Capaldi); (5) "Benefit and Retirement Issues in Higher Education" (Jay L. Chronister); (6) "Responsibility-Centered Management: An Approach to Decentralized Financial Operations" (Edward L. Whalen); (7) "Funding Public Education With a State Lottery: Is Education the Winner?" (Susan Robinson Summers); (8) "Funding for Community Colleges: Changing Patterns of Support" (Dale F. Campbell et al.); (9) "Funding the Multipurpose Community College in an Era of Consolidation" (James C. Palmer); and (10) "Competition for Limited Resources: Realities, Prospects, and Strategies" (Richard L. Alfred). (Individual chapters contain references.) (MAH)
Descriptors: Accountability, College Administration, College Faculty, Community Colleges, Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Educational Planning, Educational Quality, Financial Audits, Financial Support, Futures (of Society), Government Role, Higher Education, Investment, Public Education, Resource Allocation, Retirement Benefits, State Aid
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