ERIC Number: EJ716149
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-Feb-25
Reference Count: N/A
Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 51, Number 25, February 25, 2005
Chronicle of Higher Education, v51 n25 Feb 2005
"Chronicle of Higher Education" presents an abundant source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators. This February 25, 2005 issue of "Chronicle of Higher Education" includes the following articles: (1) "Sins of Admission" (Sumner, James); (2) "Admissions Today: 6 Experts Speak Out" (Foley, Tim); (3) "College Selection Should be an Educational Experience" (Ballinger, Philip A.); (4) "The Ghosts of 'Single-Choice Early Action' Plans" (Poch, Bruce J.); (5) "Test Scores Do Not Predict Happiness" (O'Neill, Theodore A.); (6) "Putting the Michigan Rulings into Practice" (Alger, Jonathan); (7) "A Drift Toward Elitism by the 'People's Universities'" (Martin, Michael V.); (8) "Confronting the Commercialization of Admissions" (Thacker, Lloyd); (9) "Top Colleges should Select Randomly from a Pool of 'Good Enough'" (Schwartz, Barry); (10) "From 'Bastions of Privilege' to 'Engines of Opportunity'" (Bowen, William G.; Kurzweil, Martin A.; Tobin, Eugene M.); (11) "Admissions Today: 6 Experts Speak Out" (Foley, Tim); (12) "In Some States, Enrollments Will Just Keep Growing" (Gose, Ben); (13) "Looking beyond 'US News,' Rethinking the SAT" (Gose, Ben); (14) "The Chorus Grows Louder for Class-Based Affirmative Action" (Gose, Ben); (15) "Questions Loom for Applicants and Colleges" (Gose, Ben); (16) "India's Supreme Court Rules against Private College" (Neelakanthan, Shailaja); (17) "Study Urges Ontario to Increase Higher-Education Spending" (Birchard, Karen); (18) "An Institution Is Shuttered for Its Western Ways" (MacWilliams, Bryon); (19) "Imposing an Ideology in Belarus" (MacWilliams, Bryon); (20) "College Libraries Are New Targets of Telemarketing Scams" (Carlson, Scott); (21) "A Gentle Shove in the Direction of College" (Gose, Ben); (22) "High-Tech Renaissance: The Leader of a New Supercomputing in North Carolina Reaches Out to All Disciplines" (Fosters, Andrea L.); (23) "The Buck Starts Here" (Markin, Karen); (24) "In a Search of a Room with a View" (Howard, Douglas L.); (25) "On the Other Side: A Republican Who Worked with Virginia's Democratic Governor" (Hebel, Sara); (26) "Nevada Professor Fights Accusation of Making Discriminatory Remarks" (Glenn, David); (27) "Keeping Kids Close: Campuses Provide Child-Care Centers to Help Professors Cope" (Wilson, Robin); (28) "Who Owns Islamic Law?" (Glenn, David); and (29) "A Businessman Bridges the Political Aisle" (Hebel, Sara).
Descriptors: Higher Education, College Admission, College Choice, Scores, Court Litigation, Public Colleges, Enrollment Trends, Standardized Tests, Affirmative Action, College Applicants, Private Colleges, Foreign Countries, Educational Finance, College Libraries, Ideology, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Uses in Education, Political Affiliation, Social Discrimination, College Faculty, Business, Child Care, Islam
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial; Journal Articles
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Teachers; Administrators
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Identifiers - Location: Belarus; Canada; Michigan; Nevada; North Carolina; Virginia