ERIC Number: ED528290
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2011-Sep
Reference Count: N/A
Increasing Effectiveness of the Community College Financial Model: A Global Perspective for the Global Economy. International and Development Education
Sutin, Stewart E., Ed.; Derrico, Daniel, Ed.; Raby, Rosalind Latiner, Ed.; Valeau, Edward J., Ed.
This book seeks to explore thematic and pragmatic applications of financing the community college to help facilitate educational reform, to assist efforts related to internationalization, and to create systemic support systems to maintain the mission. It includes chapters on a wide variety of finance related topics, and specific case studies of successful implementation of significant initiatives in several American states and in other nations. This book has research and documentation concerning best ideas and best practices, theory and implementation, from expert writers and practitioners in the fields of community college finance, administration, and leadership. This book begins with a foreword by George R. Boggs and a preface by John E. Roueche. Chapters include: (1) A Changing World and Changing Community College (Stewart Sutin, Daniel Derrico, Edward Valeau and Rosalind Latiner Raby); (2) Global and National Context (Rosalind Latiner Raby and Edward Valeau); (3) Systemic Change, Approval Processes and Governance: The Role of the Board of Trustees (Edward J. Valeau and John C. Peterson); (4) The Role of Leadership: Leaders' Practice in Financing Transformation (Robert Frost, Edward "Ted" Raspiller and John J. "Ski" Sygielski); (5) Leadership, Multi-Year Planning, and Budget Management (Daniel Derrico and Stewart Sutin); (6) Linking Strategic Planning, Priorities, Resource Allocation and Assessment (Brenda S. Trettel and John L. Yeager); (7) Budget Development Process for Community Colleges (Daniel Derrico); (8) Facilities Management Operations (Chris Moran); (9) Performance Metrics in a Results Driven Environment: Use of a Performance Based Budgeting to Improve Accountability (Steven Kinsella, Edward Valeau and Rosalind Latiner Raby); (10) Reducing Reliance on Public Funding: The Place Where Creativity and Practicality Converge (Stewart Sutin), which includes the following: (a) Maintaining an Agreement: The One-Third Funding Philosophy in Illinois and New York (Christopher M. Mullin and Robert A. Frost); (b) Financing Community Polytechnics in Uganda (Christopher B. Mugimu and Jenna Cullinane); (c) Applying Financial Analysis to Student Retention (Pamela D. Anglin); (d) Financial Innovation: The Iowa Case Study (Janice Nahra Friedel and Steve Ovel); (e) Planning and Implementing a Voter-Approved Capital Bond Issue for the Alamo Community College District (John Strybos); (f) Using Student Fees to support Education Abroad (Michael Giammarella); (g) Revenue Generation through Training a Global Energy Workforce (Gordon Nixon); (h) Response to a Financial Crisis: Case Study of CCAC 2003-2008 (Stewart Sutin); (i) The Expensive Dream: Financing Higher Vocational Colleges in China (Yingquan Song and Gerard Postiglione); (j) The Unintended Consequences of Funding Policies on Student Achievement at Colleges of Further Education in Wales and England (Martin Jephcote); and (11) Going Forward (Edward Valeau, Stewart Sutin, Daniel Derrico and Rosalind Latiner Raby). An index is included.
Descriptors: Strategic Planning, Community Colleges, Facilities Management, Adult Education, Global Approach, Bond Issues, Program Effectiveness, Educational Change, Foreign Countries, College Administration, Educational Finance, Financial Support, Instructional Leadership, Governance, Accountability, Educational Assessment, Academic Persistence, School Holding Power, Student Costs, Fees, Academic Achievement, Correlation, Resource Allocation
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education; Secondary Education
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Identifiers - Location: Illinois; Iowa; New York; Texas; Uganda; United Kingdom (England); United Kingdom (Wales)