ERIC Number: ED468885
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001
Trustee Quarterly, 2000-2001.
Trustee Quarterly, Fall 2000-Fall 2001
This document contains 4 issues of the Trustee Quarterly: fall 2000, spring 2001, summer 2001, and fall 2001. The fall 2000 issue contains seven features and six departments. Among the features are: "The New Economy: Who Will Lead the Education Movement," by Rucker; "Community Colleges Tackle IT Staffing Challenges," by Matina; and "Looking at Community Colleges as a Laboratory for Synocracy," by Heelan, Redwine, and Black. The spring 2001 issue includes the cover story, "Paige at the Helm: Promising Strong Partnerships with Community Colleges," by Lazarick; and "The Leadership Challenge: A Significant Number of Presidents Will Retire in the Next Few Years," by Polonio. The summer 2001 issue includes "Policy Challenges Confront Community College Boards," by Brown; Escaping the Dangers and Difficulties of the Board's Routine," by Stratton; and "Campus Insecurity: Protecting College Data from Hackers and Viruses Is Crucial," by Sloan. Finally, the fall 2001 issue includes "Building Bridges to the Growing Latino Community: A Conversation with Raul Yzaguirre;""No Crisis Plan Is a Crisis," by Fazzini; and "Don't Be Worm Food: The Early Bird Keeps Up with Network Security," by Huber. All issues contain a message from Darrell Shumway, the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Association of Community College Trustees. (NB)
Descriptors: Administration, Boards of Education, Budgets, Certification, College Administration, Community Colleges, Educational Finance, Educational Technology, Governing Boards, Resource Allocation, Trustees, Two Year Colleges
Association of Community College Trustees, 1740 N Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 (annual subscription: ACCT members, free; nonmembers, $60). Tel: 202-775-4667; Fax: 202-223-1297; Web site: http://www.acct.org.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of Community Coll. Trustees, Washington, DC.