ERIC Number: ED524423
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2005
Reference Count: N/A
National CrossTalk. Volume 13, Number 1, Winter 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) A Legacy to Overcome: The University of Georgia Hopes to Become a More Desirable Destination for Black Students (Don Campbell); (2) Oklahoma's Brain Gain: A Comprehensive Drive to Increase the Percentage of State Residents with College Degrees (Pamela Burdman); (3) Battling the Past: Michigan's Governor Emphasizes Education to Move the State beyond Its Industrial Roots (Carl Irving); (4) Math Emporium: The Use of Technology Has Changed the Way Virginia Tech's Introductory Math Classes Are Taught (Kay Mills); (5) Is Reading Dead? University-Affiliated Literary Journals Struggle to Maintain Funding as They Compete for a Shrinking Audience (Robert A. Jones); (6) Corporate Welfare in Disguise: The Student Loan Industry Is Raking in the Profits (Robert Shireman); and (7) Stanford of the Northwest: Could Bill Gates University Become the Symbol of a New Gilded Age? (David L. Kirp).
Descriptors: Higher Education, Student Recruitment, Minority Group Students, Human Capital, College Mathematics, Teaching Methods, Educational Improvement, Systems Approach, Computer Assisted Instruction, Educational Technology, Educational Finance, Adjustment (to Environment), Creative Writing, Writing for Publication, Resource Allocation, Student Loan Programs
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: Higher Education
Authoring Institution: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education
Identifiers - Location: Georgia; Michigan; Oklahoma; Virginia