ERIC Number: ED524422
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2005
Reference Count: N/A
National CrossTalk. Volume 13, Number 3, Summer 2005
Trombley, William, Ed.
National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education
The primary purpose of "National CrossTalk" is to stimulate informed discussion and debate of higher education issues. This issue contains the following articles: (1) Virginia Tries Restructuring: Financial Stress Leads to New Arrangements between State and Campuses (Robert A. Jones); (2) Georgia's Odd Couple: Can Two Foundations Share a University without Driving Each Other Crazy? (Don Campbell); (3) New Life for USC: Prolific Fundraising Keys Big Changes in Recent Years (Kay Mills); (4) Emphasizing Two-Year Programs: Montana's "Shared Leadership" Project Attempts a More Collaborative Approach to Higher Education(Kathy Witkowsky); and (5) State Capacity for Higher Education Policy: A Supplement to "National CrossTalk"--The Need for State Policy Leadership. Other Voices, a regularly featured section, presents: (1) Academic Freedom and National Security: Anti-Terrorism Measures Remain Problematic for Higher Education (Robert M. O'Neil); (2) Reducing the Dangers of Debt: Student Loans Could Be a More Positive Tool in College Access Efforts (Robert Shireman); and (3) A Race to the Bottom: The Nation's School Leadership Programs Are Not Producing the Educational Administrators We Need (Arthur Levine).
Descriptors: Higher Education, College Presidents, Conflict, Fund Raising, Politics of Education, Philanthropic Foundations, Athletics, Two Year Colleges, Academic Freedom, National Security, Instructional Leadership, Administrators
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education; Two Year Colleges
Authoring Institution: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education
Identifiers - Location: California; Georgia; Montana; Virginia